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North Wootton village market celebrates fifth anniversary

North Wootton Market will celebrate its fifth anniversary at the village hall on Saturday and to show its appreciation has invited the community to join them to celebrate with cake.

The popular market, which runs each third Saturday of the month, 9am to 2pm, provides local traders and producers with an opportunity to trade fairly and has become firmly embedded in the shopping schedule of many villagers.

Organiser Antony Lamb said: “We have stallholders that have been with us right from the start and return each and every month, and we have also supported start-ups that have outgrown the village market. To see regular faces come in each month is lovely - they purchase their goods then sit and chat with friends and neighbours over a cup of tea or a bacon roll.”

North Wootton Village Market
North Wootton Village Market

The artisan makes, fresh produce, and household essentials on sale have not travelled far, and the makers and producers are paid a fair price for their goods while customers get quality, local products at an affordable price.

Antony added: “The breads come from Fakenham, the Indian food is from East Winch, the jams and preserves are from Terrington, we have greetings cards handmade in Sedgeford, the cider and the honey is from Emneth, the cakes and bakes are from Lynn, and the beer is made right here in North Wootton. It really is local produce.”

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