A touring farmers' and makers' market is heading to three Norfolk venues for huge events this year, with more than 100 stalls at each one. 

Norfolk Farmers' Market was launched in October 2022 by Donna Mackenzie and she holds events in towns and villages across the county.

As well as continuing to run these smaller events, she has now taken the business up a gear with added crafts at several major markets.

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After 3,000 people flocked to the first large-scale market at the Raynham Estate in May, it is now relocating to Fakenham Racecourse with events on Sunday, August 13 and then a Christmas one on Sunday, December 3.

The Farmers' and Makers' Market will also be at Kimberley Hall, near Wymondham, on Sunday, August 20 and Potash Farm in Hethel on Sunday, November 5 with a festive edition.

Eastern Daily Press: The major markets being held in 2023 The major markets being held in 2023 (Image: Donna Mackenzie)

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All four events have free entry and run from 9am until 3pm, with local produce and craft stalls alongside street food vendors.

Ms Mackenzie added: "We have also just announced a two-day festival at Potash Farm from May 25 to 26 2024, with the market, live bands, children's activities and camping." 

Stallholders can email farmersmarketnorfolk@gmail.com and see upcoming markets at norfolkfarmersmarket.co.uk