A popular north Norfolk Sunday market is returning this spring.

The Holt Sunday Market is "back and better than ever" from Sunday, April 2, with 60 traders plus food stalls.

The market, which runs from 10am to 3pm in the centre of the historic Georgian town, will be bigger for 2023 with some familiar faces and new stallholders.

Eastern Daily Press:

There will be live music by Paul Meek Pablo Cook, street food and lots of local artisans and makers, all curated by Aviva Lee.

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The market will have a wellness section, headed up by Breanne Cook, owner of The Pied Wagtail, a gift and wellbeing shop in Appleyard.

Eastern Daily Press:

The event had been on pause while the organisers waited for clearance from Norfolk County Council.

Event administrator Nigel Hadlow, who lives in Holt, said: "There are 35 businesses open in the town on average and it is really good for the community.

"The market tends to attract the younger shopper and we are trying to help independent shops in the future by attracting the younger crowd."