A new farmers' market has been announced in Norfolk - consisting of 70pc food stalls.

Worstead Estate will be hosting its first market on the estate next month, with the help of Wildcraft Brewery, which is based on the site.

There will be three street food vendors at the market to enjoy over lunchtime, as well as stalls of cheese, cakes, flowers, crafts and other foods.

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Charlotte Hayward, property manager at the estate, said: "We aim to support small businesses and the market will be a forum for them to sell locally.

"To have a market fits both the ethos of the estate and our sustainable production of food".

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The market will take place on the last Saturday of every month, with dates so far announced for August 26, September 30, October 28 and November 25.

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Applications are now open for stallholders until August 18, at £25 per stall per event. 

The market will take place at Church Farm, in Smallburgh from 10am to 2pm.

Entry is free to the event, with no charge for parking.