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Food & Drink Street Market

October 15 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Sunday October 15th sees the return of the Food & Drink Street Market which launched in 2022.

This time it is even bigger with over 60 stalls selling all things culinary!  From rare breed meats to organic veggies, street food, all sorts of sweet treats, our locally produced wines, beers and spirits as well as teas and coffees there is something for everyone – either to eat on the street or to take home.

At the Earsham Street end of the street we’ll have the Local Flavours cookery theatre with demonstrations throughout the day and at the Butter Cross, Park Radio will be joined by stalls from Bungay Town Council and Bungay Museum as well as Food Savvy who will be there will lots of information on preventing food waste and home composting.

What’s more – Bungay, rapidly becoming a market town with a reputation for good food and drink – will be launching its new Food & Drink Trail at the market!


Outney Common Golf Club car park
Wharton Street car park
Priory Lane car park
Health Centre (top of St. John’s Road)
Bungay Primary School, Staithe Rd./Wharton St. entrance
(suggested donation for Golf Club & school care parks – £3 for the day)

Public loos:
Cross Street
Priory Lane car park
At the Council Office in Broad Street
At the Co-op at Hillside Road East
Cashback at Bungay Shopper, Market Place

First Aid:
Junction of Earsham St. & Chaucer St.

Who is where? Here’s a list of all of the fabulous traders who will be with us on Sunday!

South Side

Kings Head Hog Roast – classic, a street market fave
Laundrette (left of door) RSPB – for bird lovers
Laundrette (right of door) Love my Fudge & Shakes – us too
Musker Mackintyre (left of door) Home Farm Gin
Musker Mackintyre (right of door) Sea Green soap
Outside No. 5 Fiano – excellent restaurant
Crocks House (up to 1st window) Cheese & Pie Man – a market fave.
Crocks House (2nd window) Cheese & Pie Man
Crocks Crocks
Crocks (window to right of shop door) East Norfolk Cider – lovely cider
Crocks Lamp window Bull of the Woods – locally brewed beers
Earsham St. Café 1st window Hilton Macarons – all colours & flavours
Earsham Street Café left of door Nikkis Homemade Preserves – fabulous
Earsham Street Café (right of doorway) Earsham St. Café
Wooden gate The Stump Up – for the home
Castle House – (left of doorway) German Sausage Co – they’re known for it!
Castle House – (right of doorway) Simons Table  – marmalade – some with gin!
Mouse Shop -­‐ Mouse pitch Maisebrooke Farm – excellent game
WH Brown Fen Farm – with St. Jude – the best cheeses
Beauty salon left of door Hodmedod’s/Pete the Baker
Beauty salon Black Dog Deli
Palfrey & Hall Alkemy Distillery – magic spirits!
A Sweet for You (left of door) Bagel or Beigal – loaded bagels
A Sweet for You (right of door) You Drink – if you like a tipple
Residential House (left of door) Churros & Chorizo – the best street food
Residential House (right of door) Oh Fudge – classic fudge
Bus stop Sunday Charcuterie – home cured meats
Castles (left of door) Chet Valley – local wines
Castles (right of door) Castle Inn
Private house Tuga’s Flavours – Portuguese rotisserie
Fish shop Stardust Spirits – all the spirits!
Little Green Wholefood Shop (leave doorway clear) Tea Apothacary – fabulous real tea
Little Green Wholefood Shop (right of door) Tini’s Fudge – new to the market
Mermaid Fish and chips (left of door) Norfolk Doggy Deli – don’t forget the dog
Mermaid Fish and chips (right of door) Pure Vida Pans – from the Med. to Bungay!
Earsham Street Deli Earsham St Deli
Art Shop (left of door) Flint Vineyard – very local wine!
Art Shop (right of door) Wakelyns Real veg – beautiful veggies
Drive Poke Nom – delicious rice bowls
Estate Agents Walnut Tree Distillery – gin, gin liquers
End of the street Cookery Theatre – lots of great chefs


North Side:

Three Tuns Syms Pantry – bacon relishes!
Three Tuns Dust with Cocoa – lovely fudge
Three Tuns Rough Stuff Oak – for the home
Bungay Computer (right of door) Elise Bakes – cakes and bakes
Bungay Computer (left of door) Earthglade – for the home
Empty shop Quaves Lane Patisserie – cakes and bakes
Empty shop (by wall) Clinks Care Farm – farm grown
Barbers Fabulous Fungi – mushroom magic
Muse (right of door) Tea & Coffee from the Event Team
Muse (left of door) Muse
Cork Bricks (right of door) Olive Olive – olives & real halloumi
Cork Bricks  (left of door Bonnie Yau – sauces
Cadge & Gilbert 29 Degrees chocolate
Bus Stop Layby Yorky Shack – loaded yorkies
House, front of red door Old Felixstowe Brewing Co
House left of red door Cakefinity – gluten free
House (Old Bank, no 18a) Owies piggy porkers burgers & baps
House, door & window on right Civil Block – gentlemen’s soap
House, left of door Ailsa’s Fudge
Bahn Thai door and right of door The Almond Kitchen
Bahn Thai left of door St Peters Brewery
Last house before Chaucer Street Flying Chef –  excellent hot dogs
Top of Chaucer Street (office) Stow Fen – locally brewed beers
Top of Chaucer St (up to white door) Eco Pebble – for the home
Top of Chaucer Street (white door to gate)
House Front Room – pop- up cafe
Front Room Front Room
No 11 Interiors No 11 Interiors
New Beginnings gate & first window Truly Traceable – excellent pies
New  Beginnings
Little Black Dress shop Tudor Bakehouse – pies & pastries
Giddens& Thompsons Giddens & Thompson
Bells of Suffolk Bells of Suffolk art gallery
Post Office The Bucket List – loaded fries
Post Office Coffee Rush – great coffee
Post Office Amandas Brownie Bakes
Outside no 44 Amazing Crepes – amazing crepes!
Outside white set back house Tikka Tonic Indian street food


October 15
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
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