Award winning farmers’ market rescheduled after heavy snow

PUBLISHED: 11:04 06 March 2018 | UPDATED: 11:11 06 March 2018

A tractor ploughing a field. Picture: Ian Burt

A tractor ploughing a field. Picture: Ian Burt

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An award winning farmers’ market has been rescheduled following the recent hazadous weather.

Creake Abbey farmers’ market will now take place this weekend, Saturday, March 10.

Based three miles south of Burnham Market, in north Norfolk, the event will host around 40 food and drink producers from the region.

Founder, Diana Brocklebank Scott, said: “There’s nothing we enjoy more at Creake Abbey than giving Norfolk’s talented food and drink producers the perfect platform to showcase their products, satisfy local demand and educate us all about the origins of our fabulous produce.

“Our award winning market is more popular than ever.

“We know our customers love to discover local foodie talent and support farming and farmers.”

The market will be open from 9.30am to 1pm and includes free entry and parking.

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