If you’ve got a crafty side or some delicious home made produce to sell, where can you go to sell your creations?
Today we’re looking at places in Suffolk that you can set up your stall, so whatever you have to sell, read on to discover which market in Suffolk allow you to set up a stall and join the marketplace.
In general, booking a pitch at a local market in Suffolk is a simple matter of contacting the organisers, however sometimes finding the contact details for Aldeburgh market organisers can be really tricky. Luckily, we’ve done the legwork for you, so if you want to find out how to get in touch with Suffolk or Aldeburgh market organisers, you’ll find all the info you need below.
How to Set up a Stall at Aldeburgh Market
There are regular farmers markets at Aldeburgh, held on the first Saturday of every month at Snape Maltings. You can click here for details of the market at the Snape Maltings website. You can email email@example.com for information on booking a pitch.
How to Set up a Stall at Halesworth Market
Halesworth is one of the cultural centres of the county, and it has a variety of excellent markets. First up is the Halesworth Town Market which is held every Wednesday from 8am – 2pm in the Market Place. This market is organised by Halesworth Council, and you can contact them either by phone on 01986 874517 or through their online order form by clicking here.
Next up is the Halesworth Country Market which takes place every Friday from 10am – 11:15am in St Mary’s Church Hall on Steeple End. For more information or to book your pitch at the Halesworth Country Market, call Lenare Thompson on 01986 874611
Halesworth’s third regular market is the Produce Market which happens monthly, on the second Saturday in the month. To contact the organisers and book a pitch, you can call 01986 798 099.
Finally, the Halesworth Antiques Street Market is one of the highlights of the year. If you’d like to get in touch, you can click here to go to their online contact form, or call 01986 873124.
How to Set up a Stall at Bungay Market
Bungay’s Street Markets have been growing in popularity over the last few years. If you’d like to get in touch with the organisers you can connect via their Facebook page by clicking here, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
How to Set up a Stall at Beccles Market
Beccles Market is absolutely booming, and the organisers have recently made an application pack available online. Click here to view the Beccles market trader application pack, and get started on your road to stallholding success.
The Beccles farmers market is held twice a month, on the first and third Saturdays. If you’d like to get in touch with the Beccles Farmers Market organisers, you can click here to go to their online contact form, where you can request information about booking a pitch.
How to Set up a Stall at Lowestoft Market
Lowestoft’s Britten centre Market was sadly closed in January 2017, though it is hoped that it will return soon. However, the Triangle Market in the north end of the town does run occasional markets, though none are scheduled at the moment. If you wish to register your interest in future markets at the Triangle, then you can call 01502 566320.
How to Set up a Stall at Southwold Market
Southwold has three regular markets, the Southwold Market, which is held every Monday and Thursday in the Market Place, the Southwold Country Market, held every Friday from 9:30am-noon in the United Reformed Church Hall, and the Southwold Farmers’ Market, held every Friday from 9:00am-12:30pm in Drayman’s Square.
To book a stall at the Southwold Marketo rthe Southwold Farmers Market, you can call the Southwold & District Chamber of Trade on 01502 725344, or visit their site by clicking here.
To book a stall at the Southwold Country Market, you can call 07907 566321 or email email@example.com