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Hoxne produce and craft market saw more than 450 visitors last weekend




Some wonderful creations went on display at a produce and craft market in Hoxne at the weekend.

PICTURESQUE: Harriet and Kay Lacey, pet portrait and wildlife artists. Picture by Mark Bullimore Photography.
PICTURESQUE: Harriet and Kay Lacey, pet portrait and wildlife artists. Picture by Mark Bullimore Photography.

Visitors to St Edmund’s Hall in Hoxne on Saturday were able to browse 30 stalls, showcasing locally-sourced milk, honey, fresh pies and cheese, alongside hand-crafted wooden items and jewellery.

Organiser Lisa Morris, who owns Anglian Organics, said: “I took over two years ago and thought it was a lovely community market.

“I just thought it would be fantastic to get local producers to enhance the market and its offerings. The range of products we have now is unbelievable and blows me away every month.”

The market has grown in popularity in recent years – to such an extent that it has reached capacity.

“It is a well-known market and lots of people ask me each month if they could have a stall, but I have to let them down because we are full,” added Lisa.

The monthly event is held on the last Saturday of every month.

More pictures are in this week's Diss Express.



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