Rickinghall Farmers' Market is held at Rickinghall Village Hall on the second Saturday of every month, from 9am to 12.30pm, and is signed from the main road through Rickinghall. There is no charge for entry.
This is a proper Farmers' Market, with truly local, top quality products, changing by season but usually including lamb, pork, beef, Gloucester Old Spot bacon, chicken, fresh and smoked fish, locally made curries, bread & cakes (including special cupcakes!), sweet trees, honey, preserves and chutneys, Suffolk cheeses, stone ground wholemeal flour from Pakenham Water Mill, fresh fruit and vegetables, mushrooms, apple juice, fresh eggs, freshly ground coffee and special chocolate bars, plus shrubs, plants and flowers. A few craft stalls are usually also present, and refreshments are available.
All products are brought to market by the actual producers, many of whom offer free tastings and are always delighted to talk about their specialities.
Enquiries to Charles Greenhough: 07709 962658 or email Bob Clark
For details and dates please see the Farmers' Market events page here.