Shopping, Markets & Farm Shops

North Norfolk has a number of thriving weekly markets and most of them are open all year round:

  • Tuesday: Stalham
  • Wednesday: Sheringham (April to October only)
  • Thursday: North Walsham
  • Friday: Cromer
  • Saturday: Sheringham
  • Monday to Saturday: Norwich

Farmers Markets:

  • First & Third Saturday of every month: Stalham, Open 9am -12pm, Location: Town Hall
  • First & Third Saturday of every month: Aylsham,Open 9am to 1pm, Location: Market Place. This is the only town in Norfolk to host two FARMA Certified Farmers’ Markets each month. Stocking the freshest local produce and helping to reduce food miles.
  • Second & Fifth Saturday of every month: North Walsham, Open 9am – 12pm, Location: St Benets’ Hall, North Walsham.

Farm Shops:

There are so many gorgeous farm shops throughout Norfolk, that we really are spoilt for choice! Here’s just some for starters:
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  • Truly Local: 44 High Street, Stalham, NR12 9AS Unique in that all the produce within the shop is produced within a 35 mile radius of the shop.
  • A.G.Meale & Sons, Wayford Nurseries, Stalham, NR12 9LJ
  • Cromer Farm & Health Shop: 15 Tucker St, Cromer, NR27 9HA
  • Groveland Farm Shop: Thorpe Market Road, Roughton, NR11 8TB
  • Walsingham Farm Shop: Guild Street, Little Walsingham, Walsingham, NR22 6BU
  • Heacham Farm Shop, Walsinghams second shop: Norfolk Lavender, Lynn Road, Heacham, PE31 7JE
  • Farm to Fork & Fish: Norwich Road, Horstead, NR12 7EE
  • Wiveton Hall Farm Shop, Wiveton Hall, Holt, NR25 7TE
  • Swannington Farm To Fork, Woodlands Farm, Church Lane, Swannington, Norwich, Norfolk NR9 5NN

Shopping Centres:

  • Norwich – intu Chapelfield
  • Norwich – Castle Mall
  • Norwich – Norwich Market One of the largest in Britain and open every day except Sunday.
  • Great Yarmouth – Market Gates
  • Wroxham – Roys Whilst not exactly a centre, Roys has a store for every occasion, so a wet day can easily be spent in Wroxham exploring them all. There’s not much they don’t sell!
  • Wroxham – Wroxham Barns Not under cover but an extensive range of shops including crafts and eating places
  • Alby – Alby Crafts and Gardens has an extensive range of Studios, shops and a tea room.

For more ideas on places to shop throughout Norfolk, look at the Tour Norfolk Shopping page. For Norwich specific information go to this Visit Norwich page