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Deepdale Spring Market on Friday 29th - Sunday 31st March 2019
We look forward to welcoming you to Dalegate Market in Burnham Deepdale on Friday 29th to Sunday 31st March, for the Deepdale Spring Market, the start of Spring on the beautiful North Norfolk Coast.
At the Deepdale Spring Market, Dalegate Market will host 50+ Norfolk artisans and producers in two large marquees (Dalegate Tent & Orchard Tent), the beach hut Pop Up Shops and many outside stalls. Of course the wonderful shops and Deepdale Cafe of Dalegate Market will be open throughout the weekend.
The full listing of Norfolk stalls we'll be hosting can be seen on the Shops & Stalls page.
FREE Car Parking (in the Dalegate Lane field)
Friday will be a lovely calm day to enjoy shopping and food from Deepdale Cafe.
Saturday, local attractions and activity companies join the Deepdale Spring Market stall holders. You can learn about local wildlife & attractions, and many other activities.
Sunday is Mothers Day, so why not bring them along to the market and spoil them with some lovely items from our artisans, and some very tasty food and drink.the perfect day to enjoy shopping and lunch on the beautiful North Norfolk Coast.
Deepdale Spring Market is part of the Deepdale Hygge, our celebration of the beautiful North Norfolk Coast, with live music (Friday & Saturday), the North Norfolk Coast Hygge Fair (Saturday) and activities throughout the weekend. For more information visit www.deepdalehygge.co.uk
See you for the first weekend of Spring, the last weekend of March, Friday 29th to Sunday 31st for the Deepdale Spring Market - 10am to 5pm each day
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