The Little Makers Market run markets at the Unitarian Meeting House in Bury St Edmunds, bringing together the local community to support Suffolk businesses.
We spoke to Jasmine, who organises the market, in a little Q&A session to find out more about these lovely pop-ups and why you should visit The Little Makers Market.
How long have you been running The Little Makers Market?
The market has been going for 8 years now, and I’ve been running it since April 2022. Our monthly markets are now a staple in the community and are loved by locals and regulars alike!
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What is your newest event?
Our newest event is at the end of March, 25th & 26th, in Culford Village Hall. We’re teaming up with a local potter and friend to raise money and awareness for St Nicholas Hospice, a local charity.
What was your favourite market that you’ve ever run?
I always love our Christmas events!
My favourite event is the Christmas market, which is coming up on 24th-27th November 2022. It’s a four day bonanza filled with 60+ makers over the duration of the event, with new traders each day.
We’ll have a coffee bar, and we’re selling mince pies and mulled wine. We also award our best dressed festive stall with a rosette created by a fellow maker, that’s voted for from other traders, which builds a great community spirit.
I can’t wait! Click here for full event details.
What makes your markets unique?
We pride ourselves on housing unique and versatile makers from all over East Anglia. No two events are the same, and we truly are like a big family. Everyone works together to collaborate, help each other grow and excel in their goals.
Our venue is located in the heart of Bury St Edmunds, the Unitarian Meeting House, which is a beautiful 17th century church. It features floor to ceiling arched windows and ornate woodwork, so it really is a magical setting for the markets!
Want to visit The Little Makers Market? Click here to see when it’s next on.
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