A monthly makers' market at a Norfolk venue is returning this weekend with new additions.

The market launched in the courtyard at Wroxham Barns in April 2024 and it is organised in collaboration with local company Apollo Events.

The second one is on Sunday, May 12 from 10am to 5pm and there is free entry and parking. 

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There will be 25 stalls from Norfolk businesses and the cafés, shops and studios at Wroxham Barns will also be open. 

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New for this month is street food traders, which are Norfolk's Rolled Ice Cream and Greedy Goat with loaded fries, and live music from Kerry Isbell.

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Tom Hassey, founder of Apollo Events, said: "The first market was really well attended so we have added street food trucks to meet demand. 

"There is something for everyone at the market, including cakes and bakes, terrariums, jewellery and clothing."

If you also want to visit the Junior Farm and Fun Park on the day then you can book tickets at wroxhambarns.co.uk