Woodbridge Farmers’ Market is out of action at the moment but we thought you’d like to hear the positive news that some of our stallholders are managing to find safe solutions to the current restrictions and are continuing to trade.
Olga Owen from Quince Tree says:
“I will deliver all my goodies (jams, marmalade, pickles, preserves and fudge) once a week to the Woodbridge area, free for all orders over £10. I can be easily contacted via social media and for those who don’t follow me I go under Quince Tree Suffolk on Facebook and Instagram. For those who aren’t online, my number is 07540 943001, and the email address
is [email protected]. Currently I only supply one shop, Juniper Barn in Rendham.”
Thanks to Woodbridge Town Council, Newbourne Farm is now selling bags of their very fresh, locally grown veg on Market Square, Woodbridge every Thursday morning, 8am until noon. Bags cost £5 or £10 cash and there is no choice of the contents. The system is arranged to make shopping as quick and contact-free as possible. Please note that they cannot do deliveries and this is a temporary arrangement until the Farmers’ Market reopens.
Elena Farris says:
“Truly Unique Pasta can be purchased at Springside shop in Melton, Grange Farm Shop in Hasketon, Maximum Sustainable at Friday Street.”
Some High House fruit is available in Market Garden Produce, the greengrocers in Woodbridge and the Co-op, and the apple juice is available in the Co-op and 5 Winds Butchers at Melton.
Wild Meat Company supplies Woodbridge Co-op and Hasketon Farm Shop.
Woodbridge and Framlingham Co-op stock all of Sutton Hoo’s chicken products.
Other stallholders, like me, are missing the market and send the very best of wishes to our customers during this most difficult time.
Keep well, keep safe everyone.