June 2018

Ipswich Country Market

         on Thursdays

               between

10 15 am and 11 30 am

 

We look forward to seeing you at

 

Rushmere Village Hall

 

Humber Doucy Lane,

 

Ipswich

 

IP4 3PB

 

Free entry – all welcome

 

We are a co-operative market selling genuinely

home produced foods, plants and crafts.

Our update section –

This is where we will notify you if we ever have to

cancel the market or to inform you of special

activities we will be having, such as taster days….

so keep an eye on the website.

   

 

 

 

We are looking forward to the second “Suffolk

Day” on Thursday 21st June and we would like

to invite you to a special TASTING DAY as part

of the celebrations.

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To find out more about “Suffolk Day” go to

www.suffolkday.co.uk

Suffolk has a growing reputation as “The Foodie

County” so why not come and try some local

flavours!  Country markets are famous for their

homemade preserves, traditionally made with

real fruit. You will also find honey from local

bees.

Our cooks produce real cooking without added

artificial preservatives: quiche, sausage rolls,

meat pies and other individual meals.  We bake

genuinely homemade cookies, scones, flapjacks,

bread, fruit pies, cakes and more. You can place

orders in advance for collection as you require

in the weeks to come. 

Our gardeners have fresh seasonal fruit and

vegetables, plants and cut flowers and our

crafters make unique items in their own homes

too.

 

All items can be ordered in advance at the

market so you never need to be disappointed

or without your favourite food!   To order

you can visit us during our opening hours

(every Thursday between 10 15 and 11 30) to

discuss your requirements or you can

telephone our market manager, Janet Pearse,

on 01473 725263.   

  

We offer a free tea or coffee on your first

visit, so you have nothing to lose by

checking us out!

  Your market needs you…..  

Our logo says “Cook, craft, grow”.

 

 The Ipswich Country Market was established 34 years ago.  

It is the ideal place to buy freshly made home baked sweet and

savoury dishes. 

Throughout the year there is a range of cakes, buns and

biscuits along with breads, pies and an assortment of

meat dishes.  

There are seasonal items of baking available too.

 

We also have a wide variety of jams, marmalades,

chutneys, pickles and honey.  

We now offer a range of gluten-free

products.  Come and meet the producer and find out more.

 

Reduce your food miles –

all of our food is freshly made locally and contains no

preservatives.  

All our producers who cook for the Country Market

have food safety training and our hygiene standards

are second to none.

We offer fruit and vegetables in season,

along with plants and flowers.

 

There is always a wide selection of beautiful

hand made crafts, ranging from jewellery to knitwear,

modern fashion bags to hand made greetings cards –

you will always be able to find a special gift.

Why not take advantage of our hamper service?  

Just tell us what you would like and we will make up

a hamper to your specific requirements,

making this the ideal gift for family and friends.  

 

Each week you can place an order to reserve your choice

of products for collection at the following week’s

Country Market.

Enjoy a friendly drink and chat.  

We serve teas, coffees, soft drinks and cakes

during the market so you have the chance

to chat to the producers as well as friends old and new.  

On the first Thursday of each month we have bacon rolls

on sale too.  New items keep appearing from the kitchen.  

Be the first to try what come next……..

 

Did you know that you can host a Country Market

at your event?  If you are organising an event,

why not invite us to come along and set up

a Country Market for your visitors. 

 

We look forward to seeing you and your friends one Thursday

morning soon.

 

Ipswich Country Market is one of ten Country Markets

in East Suffolk and is part of the Country Market network

covering England, Wales and the Channel Islands.  

There are about 300 local markets forming a nationwide

co-operative enterprise, providing a retail outlet for

marketeers to sell their high quality, homemade food

and other products.