Moyses Hall, Bury St Edmunds
For almost a thousand years Moyse’s Hall has looked out over the market place of Bury St Edmunds. Built in 1180, a medieval building, with an arched undercroft and formerly a merchant’s house but now the local history museum, in the heart of Bury St Edmunds. The building has seen many changes and provides an excellent setting in which to trace the unfolding story of the town and during this weekend visit and buy historical wares and gifts as part of the Christmas Fayre.
Traders will be selling stained glass, wooden items, jewellery, cosmetics and toileteries, metal items, and more. See pedlars and historical characters. Stop for refreshment in our ‘quiet’ area.
Hours of opening:
Friday 23 November 10am – 6pm, Saturday 24November 10am – 6pm, Sunday 25 November 10am – 5pm.
Traders for Moyse’s Hall Historical Market
Didy Ward – Semi-precious stone jewellery, beaded gifts – firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Fairhead – Handcrafted Metalwork – Thefairheads@tiscali.co.uk
Dave Player – Turned wooden items – Davenmaz@btinternet.com
Reflections by Patricia J – Stained glass items – email@example.com
Jewellery by Me – Handmade custom designed jewellery and accessories – firstname.lastname@example.org
Oubliette Works – Crystals, books, jewellery, cards, candles and holders, small gifts and more –email@example.com
Joy’s Cottage – vintage homeware, linens/textiles, glass, china, collectables – firstname.lastname@example.org (23/24 only)
Hawkwood Creations – handmade bags, silk purses, jewellery – email@example.com
Julie Moore – Bessie bags, button bags and buttons – firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian Ansell - Stonemasonry