Deepdale Spring Market throws open its doors to welcome Spring to the North Norfolk Coast
More than thirty Norfolk artisans and producers have joined the shops and café of Dalegate Market for the Deepdale Spring Market this Easter bank holiday weekend. Plants, crafts, art, food & drink are all on offer in the Dalegate Tent, ...
... the beach hut pop up shops, permanent shops and outdoor stalls.
The little village of Burnham Deepdale is used to visitors wandering marquees
full of lovely stalls at the
Deepdale Christmas Market, so it was the logical addition to start the
season with a craft fair too. Santa isn’t around, instead the flowers are
blooming, the sun is shining,
Deepdale Café is producing lovely food and drinks, and the Norfolk artisans
and producers are explaining the story behind their inspiration and products,
while selling their wares.
Deepdale Spring Market is open from 10am to 5pm on Friday
25th to Monday 28th March
The sun is shining on Burnham Deepdale at the moment, but whatever the
weather does this bank holiday weekend, most of the stalls are in a large
marquee, the shops are all indoors, there’s covered walkways around the site,
and there is indoor seating if you’d like to eat or drink.
Deepdale Spring Market is easy to find, just head to Burnham Deepdale on the
A149 coast road, approximately halfway between Hunstanton and
Wells-next-the-Sea. The Coasthopper stops on the doorstep, coming from
Hunstanton or the Cromer and Sheringham direction.
A full listing of artisans and producers at the event can be found online at
Visitors, photographers, film crews, radio cars, journalists and Royalty are
all most welcome to attend the event at any point throughout the weekend.
Candi of Candi's Chutney giving thumbs up to the
Deepdale Spring Market.
Philippa Lee and her giant pot, which children (and adults) are decorating to
raise money for East Anglian Children’s Hospices in
The Hare & The Hen.
Blacksmith demonstrations from Westfield Forge.
Outdoor stalls by the Dalegate Tent.