You can visit a Christmas Market every day of every weekend in December should you wish to!
Saxmundham is kicking off the festive season with a Victorian Fair featuring street food, performances from local groups and schools, fairground rides and games as well as a wide variety of market stalls and artisan traders on Friday 2 December. Whilst over in Lowestoft, step into seafront Winter wonderland, as East Point Pavilion deck the Victoriana halls with merry decorations and celebrate their first festive season in the Pavilion with a big Festive Fayre featuring the best local creators, artisans and food producers; accompanied by live music and food and drink.
The pretty village of Wickham Market will be welcoming people to the historic square on The Hill, with festive crafts and gifts, community, charity and food stalls on Saturday 3rd December.
On Sunday 4th December, the market town of Bungay will be hosting their annual Christmas Market. With over 70 stalls all along Earsham Street, the Christmas Market sees lots of local favourites - such as the Hog Roast, and Fen Farm with their Baron Bigod cheese, returning, as well as gift stalls galore, beers, wines & spirits, sweets and cakes and even something for the dog with the Doggy Deli and the Dogs' Trust on the street.
The festivities continue on 4 December in Woodbridge, as the Christmas Street Fair is held in the Thoroughfare; with over 100 stalls displaying handmade goods, crafts, Christmas gifts, seasonal foods, plants and more. Followed by Leiston's Christmas celebrations on Saturday 10 December, with Christmas craft stalls, local traders, live music and street entertainment, plus seasonal food and drink and Santa in residence in the Long Shop Museum.
Just before Christmas on 17 December, be sure to pop along to the Snape Maltings Christmas Farmers Market where there will be an array of local meats, bread, cheeses, fruit and veg, fudge, Christmas Puddings and crafts all on offer. Whilst there, check out the shops including homewares, deli, children's clothes and toys, antiques and artwork.
For all festive events this December, visit our Whats On Guide.