Judging by the turn out, Littleport Community Market could easily establish itself as a regular event on a Saturday morning

Adams Community Market, Littleport. Picture: ROB MORRIS.

Adams Community Market, Littleport. Picture: ROB MORRIS. - Credit: Archant

A community market brought out large crowds in Littleport on Saturday held inside the former J H Adams store.

Judging by the turn out the market looks to be in for a long run.

On sale was fresh produce, home made pies and cakes and specialised gourmet foods to tantalise the taste buds.

The market will run each Saturday from 8am to 1pm.

At the moment the event is being trialled but organisers hope it can establish itself as a regular Saturday morning event for the village.


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Many of the stall holders offered samples for customers to try – particularly popular when it came to sampling some of the many soft drink varieties on offer.

Organisers promise “a wide variety of local produce available including regular guest stalls ensuring that there will always be something worth popping in for. Quality produce served in a traditional shop environment.”

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Among those taking part are:

Gourmet Brownie

Delicious selection of homemade brownies

The Shed Farm Shop

Various artisan mustards, preserves, sauces, dressings, oils, curds and cordials plus local eggs

Cheese and Pie Man

Wide range of cheeses including local brands plus award winning pies

Watergull Orchards

Selection of locally produced apple juice and apples

Vegetables and Salads

Wide variety of seasonal produce from local suppliers

Kidds Kitchen (from October 3)

A range of homemade sweet and savoury bakes

The market is a joint initiative between Littleport Town Team and The Adams Heritage Centre

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