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Market Days and Farmers Markets in Suffolk



Suffolk markets and Suffolk Farmers Markets are really thriving. They offer all kinds of things for sale ranging from greengrocery, fishmongers, gifts, pet food  to other more exotic things.

Local markets are a part of ordinary people's shopping, providing a sales outlet for small-scale producers of local and regional specialties.

Farmers Markets celebrate local home-grown produce with local farmers and growers selling their own produce direct to the public.

Items on sale have either been grown, raised, baked, caught or made by the people selling them. You can buy things like fresh fruit and vegetables, cheeses, meats, bread, eggs, preserves, pickles, wine and lots more besides.
 

Market Days
Beccles Friday
Bungay - Thursday
Brandon - Thursday and Saturday
Bury St. Edmunds - Wednesday and Saturday
Clare - Monday and Saturday
Felixstow Thursday and Sunday
Framlingham - Thursday and Saturday
Haverhill - Friday and Saturday
Hadleigh - Friday and Saturday
Ipswich - Tuesday Friday Saturday
Lowestoft - Tuuesday, Friday and Saturday
Mildenhall - Friday
Newmarket - Tuesday and Saturday
Stowmarket - Thursday and Saturday
Saxmundham - Wednesday
Southwold - Monday and Thursday
Sudbury - Thursday and Saturday
Woodbridge - Thursday
Farmers Markets - Mostly in the mornings only
Barsham - Fourth Saturday Monthly
Beccles First and Third Saturday Monthly
Bungay - Second and Fourth Saturday Monthly
Creeting St. Mary - Third Saturday Monthly
Easton - Fourth  Saturday Monthly
Felixstowe - First Saturday Monthly
Hadleigh - Second Saturday Monthly
Halesworth - Second Saturday Monthly
Ipswich - First Saturday Monthly
Long Melford - Third Saturday Monthly
Needham Market - Third Saturday Monthly
Stowmarket - First Friday Monthly
Sudbury - Last Friday Monthly
Woodbridge - Second and fourth Saturday Monthly