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It’s all in Bury’s Street Market’s | Take Home Food’s Part 1

Take Home Food’s Part 1

Local food producers and traders from further afield bring freshly cooked foods – breads, cakes, pies. Full of protein too! Meats, cheeses and fresh fish stalls – as well as wet fish to take home, dressed Cromer crab, pots of brown shrimp, pints of prawns are all ready for eating. In between are bags, belts and bangles,  clothing, household goods, more jewellery, records, ironmongery and pet products. Bringing glorious colour are flower stalls (all the colours of the rainbow) and a great selection of plants for horticulturalists.

La Sabrosa Continental

What would life be like without cheese? Thankfully we have two cheesemongers who come to our Street Market. Toni Portillo from Spain serves up great Spanish manchegos and some other wonderful varieties, even some English cheese too, but not only that, he also has quality chorizo and luscious lomo. It’s a great chance to practice your Spanish!


More social walks are needed, because it is impossible to walk past “McCarthys” without your mouth watering at their comestibles!

Leighs Fine Cheese

Leigh Doy and her husband command “Leighs Fine Cheese“, with many cheeses from many places including the superb Gouda with Truffle. To compliment the cheese, they also sell a great mediteranean salad.


The “Mummery Brother’s” like to smoke.. fish that is!

And when you find one egg is just not un oeuf, John Sculpher is there with his “Nest Eggs” reminds me of an advert campaign from many years ago… Go to work on an egg!

“Carmichaels” are definitely not slippery fish, just look at that array of shellfish, sea fish and freshwater temptations.

“Samphire” brings the taste of Norfolk to Bury St Edmunds. You see, them Norfolk guys know quality customers when they see them.


And how can you possibly ignore the “Daily Grind”, with great coffee. These coffees are not only (Steve) Manley, but also for the ladies 🙂

Wednesdays, Saturdays 8am-4pm and Specialist Market’s

from Street Food Nights to Farmers’ Market’s

For Bury Market Memories Click HERE

We are always looking for new interesting stalls for our market and can offer help, support and advise to new traders. All you need to start trading is a gazebo, public liability insurance and your stock – you are then ready to go. For certain products and new businesses we do have gazebos we can lend out and insurance for a year can start at £60.

If you are interested please contact Sharon Fairweather, Market Development Officer for further information.

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