Farmers’ Market – 10th November
Suffolk Wildlife is visiting the market with activities for children and advice for all. Join that day and there’s extra surprises in the pack…
Walnut Bakehouse one of our 2 new bakers is back with whole cakes, cakes by the slice and brownies. English Spirit is also back for 1 week only before Christmas. Their spirits and liqueurs have been very popular so make sure you don’t miss them.
And as it’s the second Saturday of the month it’s time for Carol and her delicious pies; raw milk; and greengold olive oil.
Farmers’ Market – Olive Oil from Greece
Iannis and his wife may be living in Suffolk, but Iannis has also inherited an olive grove from his family in Greece. They keep the tradition of picking the olives, pressing them and bring delicious oil to market. You can find them every second week of the month.
Thanksgiving at the Leaping Hare
Thursday, 22nd November. We love celebrating Thanksgiving at Wyken. Ours is a traditional Southern Thanksgiving feast with pan-smoked Norfolk Black turkey, cornbread dressing, sweet potato casserole and just one rule: Save Room For Pie: Pumpkin pie, Pecan pie or Apple pie, served with Wyken cinnamon ice cream. Lunch from 12pm, dinner from 7pm, and we also serve the Thanksgiving menu on Friday the 23rd and Saturday the 24th. To book a table call 01359 250 287 or book online via the Restaurant page on our website.
Winter Warmth at The Leaping Hare Country Store
Wool at Wyken. We love wool: Scottish wool, Irish wool, Welsh wool, English wool. We have a flock of Shetlands at Wyken and we love the feel and smell of their lanolin-rich fleeces. The Country Store honours British sheep with sweaters, throws, blankets and scarves made from British wool. Warmth and joy.
Our current exhibition in the Café includes favourite artists, Carol Saunderson, Andrew Haslen and his daughter Amie.