Back in the middle ages, Norfolk had the highest concentration of markets in the whole country because it was a busy agricultural area. Even now, the real Norfolk revolves around its huge selection of historic market towns. Gateway to the Fens, Downham Market is one of the oldest market towns with roots going back to Saxon times and a very distinctive black and white clock at its heart. Swaffham, on the edge of the Brecks, has a bustling Saturday market and Aylsham is a lovely little town built around its marketplace. Largely unchanged since medieval times, Aylsham has an unspoiled charm including a thatched water pump.

Diss was Sir John Betjeman's (Poet Laureate) favourite Norfolk market town. Built around a Mere and set in the heart of the Waveney Valley, Diss has four courtyard areas full of interesting shops with a weekly Friday market. Keen entomologists should note there is a bustling flea market on alternate Saturdays!

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Fakenham Farmers Market

Fakenham, North Norfolk

Norfolk is a renowned area for farming and fantastic local produce. So take a trip to Fakenham Farmers Market where you will find a tantalising array of produce to tempt your palate. Items on sale...

Norwich Market

Norwich, South Norfolk

A fantastic city centre market which is open a full 6 days per week, Monday to Saturday. Norwich Market boasts 190 stalls and the traders offer everything that you can think of - plus some. Come and...

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