A popular monthly farmers' market in Norfolk returns for its final event of 2023 with a special festive edition.

Creake Abbey's Christmas Farmers’ Market takes place on Saturday, December 23 from 9.30am to 1pm with free entry and parking.

There will be more than 50 stalls from local food and drink producers and this month there will be added gifts.  

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Diana Brocklebank Scott, a partner at Creake Abbey, said: "We will be welcoming our regular producers, with festive items ranging from handmade Christmas puddings from Hestia Patisserie and the Norfolk Chef to sausage meat and joints from the Royal Blue Meat Co.  

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"You can also pick up a sustainably sourced Christmas tree, available in a range of sizes. 

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"In addition to the wonderful array of food and drink stands, there will be a carefully curated selection of gift stalls featuring, among others, Jo Rochester Art and Belle Array Jewellery – both Norfolk-based and highly creative."

Creake Abbey is a stone's throw from the impressive ruins of an Augustinian Abbey and the site is located near Burnham Market. 

See the full list of stallholders at creakeabbey.co.uk