The Cornhill in Ipswich is set to 'come alive' as local artisan stalls fill the town centre with sights and smells. 

The market organised by Suffolk Market Events and Ipswich Borough Council has been a busy event since it started in 2019 as a farmers market. 

There will be up to 30 trader stalls offering a range of local produce, drink and street food as well as arts and crafts. 

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Some of the fresh street food available on the day includes wood-fired pizzas from SmokeyDeez and Po'Boys from the Nola Bayou Kitchen.

Other traders on the market include The Norwegian Bakers, Briarbank Brewery, Hare Cottage, Tuppence Street and Boo Barking Bakery. 

Justine Paul, owner of Suffolk Market Events, said: "The market continues to be really popular and we love coming into the heart of the town to bring extra fun and vibrancy - there is something here for all the family and lots of delicious food to taste and special gifts to buy on the day."

Ipswich Artisan Market returns on Sunday, April 7 from 10am until 3pm.