Markets

Markets in Suffolk

Markets

Markets are the best way to support local producers and meet the people you buy fresh produce from. Suffolk boasts a myriad of flea markets, country markets, car boot sales, farmers’ markets, and so many more to choose from. The markets below are organised in alphabetical order according to the town in which they are situated. Please reach out if you have any questions about these must-see markets.

Bury St Edmunds Market – Wednesday, Saturday
This bustling and lively market is found at Cornhill and offers approximately 70 stalls.
On Wednesdays, visitors can also browse the craft market at the Corn Exchange.

Looking for something to do? See what’s on in your area here –
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Find details of Suffolk’s
Farm Shops and Farmers Markets in Suffolk here

Bury St Edmunds Indoor Market – First Sunday of the Month
This indoor market found at the Athenaeum offers collectables, antiques, and bric-a-brac.

Felixstowe Market – Every Sunday
Here, you’ll find an impressive collection of garden furniture, vegetables and fruit, butchers, treats, flowers, fishing equipment, plants, luxury handbags, lovely clothes, and so much more.
See Mannings Amusement Park for more information.

There are plenty of Things to Do and Attractions in Suffolk.

Hoxne Artisan Market is hosted every second Saturday at St Edmunds Village Hall
A myriad of quality food and handcrafted products.

Middenhall Market – Fridays
Market Place and the vibrant streets surrounding it houses this age-old market. Here, you’ll find approximately 35 stalls offering quality meat, fish, flowers, clothes, vegetables and fruit, stationery, cards, beautiful rugs, and so much more.

Newmarket Market – Tuesday, Saturday
Approximately 40 impressive stalls are housed in Market Square, offering various goods and fresh products. Visitors are welcome between the hours of 9 am and 3 pm.

Monthly Antique & Collectors Fair at Risby Village Hall, find out more information here – Antiques in Suffolk

Rougham Airfield Sunday Market or Farmers Market & Car Boot – Every two weeks from the middle of March to the end of October
Here, you’ll find a Farmers’ market, Home and Garden essentials, Craft Marquees,  food and drinks, children’s fun, and a car boot area.
Visitors are welcome between the hours of 10 am and 3 pm, and both admission and parking are free.
Everyone will find something to their taste.
For more information, visit www.themarketplace.org.uk
Tel: 07870 437264 Enquires: [email protected] 

Southwold Artisan Craft Market – Every Friday starting from March to the middle of December
United Reformed Church Hall, Woodleys Yard, off High Street, Southwold IP18 6DS
Visitors are welcome between the hours of 9:30 am to 2 pm
Food and drinks can be enjoyed until 1:30 in the afternoon.
The site is dog-friendly
The stall holders produce all the items at their stall.
https://www.facebook.com/southwoldartisancraftmarket/

Stowmarket Market – Thursdays and Saturdays
Approximately 60 stalls offer everything from food and drinks to jewellery, clothes, cards, pet supplies, and shoes. There is always a bargain to be found.

Find out about Dog Friendly Suffolk here

Sudbury Market – Thursdays and Saturdays
Over a thousand years old, the Sudbury Market is a vibrant market held twice a week on Market Hill.For more information, visit Sudbury here.

Looking for a Car Boot Sale in Suffolk? Find it here –
Car Boot Sales in Suffolk

Jimmy’s Farm, near Ipswich

Markets
Jimmy’s Farm – jimmysfarm.com

Jimmy’s Farm holds regular Produce and Craft Markets.
Click on Jimmy’s Farm to find out when.

Wenhaston Produce, Craft & Flea Market – Held on the last Saturday each month (February – November)
Village Hall, The Street, Wenhaston, Suffolk IP19 9EP
Visitors are welcome between the hours of 10 am and 12:30 pm
Food and drinks can be enjoyed at the cafe on the premise.
An evolving collection of crafts, food, fresh produce, baked goods, and previously-loved gems.
The market raises funds for the maintenance of the Village Hall. Wenhaston Village Hall is a registered charity no.1001694
https://www.facebook.com/wenhastonmarket/

Wickham Market – Afternoon market every third Wednesday of each month.
The Hill, Wickham Market (the Square)
Visitors are welcome from noon until 6 pm.
Here, you’ll find fresh vegetables and fruit, gifts, hardware, clothes, fish, treats, pet supplies, gardening supplies, ice cream, and much more, all complemented by live music.
Contact 748079 to get Margaret, Teapot Tearoom, or visit www.wickham-market.org.uk
The Hill, Wickham Market, Woodbridge IP13 0QS

Crafts and Produce Market at Yoxford Village Hall every last Sunday of the month between 10.30 am and 3 pm.
This market boasts handcrafted goods, knitting, embroidery, paintings, sewing, home-grown fruit and vegetables, jams, cakes, and sauces.

Our country markets offer a diverse range of fresh produce, pastries, cakes, jellies, jams, chutneys, honey, eggs, fresh vegetables and fruit, exotic flowers and plants, and many interesting crafts, including pottery, cards, jewellery, needlecrafts, stained glass, and many more. For more information on when and where these markets take place, read on.

Bungay Community Centre

Postal code: NR35 2RQ
Thursdays from 9.15 am until 11 am

Beccles The Quaker Hall

Postal code: NR34 9AB
Fridays from 9.30 am until 11 am

Eye The Town Hall

Postal code: IP23 7AF
Wednesdays from 10 am until 11 am

Felixstowe Trades and Labour Club

Postal code: IP11 9BB
Fridays from 10 am until 11 am

Bury St Edmunds Odd Fellows Hall

Postal code: IP33 1NX
Wednesdays and Fridays from 8.30 am until 11.30 am

Ipswich Rushmere Village Hall

Postal code: IP4 3PB
Thursdays from 10.15 am until 11.30 am

Framlingham United Free Church Hall

Postal code: IP13 9AG
Tuesdays from 9 am until 11 am

Halesworth St Mary’s Church Hall

Postal code: IP19 8LL
Fridays from 10 am until 11 am

Newmarket The Stable

Postal code: CB8 8NA
Tuesdays from 8.45 am until 1.00 pm

Martlesham Heath The Pavillion

Postal code: IP5 3SL
Tuesdays from 9.30 am until 11.15 am
as well as at Kesgrave New Scout Hut
Saturdays from 9.30 am until 11.30 am

Woodbridge Community Hall

Postal code: IP12 4 AU
Thursdays from 10.00 am until 11.15 am

Orford Town Hall

Postal code: IP12 2NZ
Saturdays from 9.30 am until 12.30 pm

Visit www.country-markets.co.uk/suffolk for more information.

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