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Take Home Food’s Part 2

In days when the click of a button can buy most things, it’s pretty special to shop at a place where there’s life, atmosphere – and someone to chat to.

Happy Food Co-op

You won’t find many people more cheerful than Matthew Rowe from the “Happy Food Co-op“, he is full of beans, and whats more he sells them too!


Wild Game

Another of our Eastern European cousins bringing some “Wild Game Meat” for us to eat.


Silver Oak Coffee” is also available online,and to go with your coffee…


You could be transported to Transylvania with George and Simona who operate “Chimney Cake Boutique” and they prepare freshly cooked Chimney Cakes which can be coated with nutella if you wish.


Taking a leaf out of the French artisan bakeries is Woosters from Bardwell. Bringing us bread like it should be “Wooster Bakery“. That’s Tom in the photo, and he didn’t think I would remember his name!

A taste of the Carribean provided by Thomas and his great cakes, bakes and savoury morsels.

Feeling meaty? “M & D Meats” can often be heard on their public address system bending the ears of all meat lovers, and just look at the size of that guys cheese!!

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

from Street Food Nights to Farmers’ Market’s

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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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