Local honey Does anyone know where I can get some good local honey please? Tweet Comments Showing 11 of 11 Annette P 1 year ago we have some from hives at Hoveton at Stalham Farmers Market which is this Saturday 9-12 in the Town Hall. don't know if this is local to you Matthew W 1 year ago Pop along to the mardle cafe in lound (used to be the post office great coffee nice people and good food they sell local browston honey on their window I'm with The Kings Centre and Teeny Tots Linda W 1 year ago You could try Spinney Farm in Oulton open Friday & Saturday Only or Holly Farm/Nuirseries in Blunderstonthey both sell local honey Catherine O 1 year ago A gentleman on the left side of London Road going towards Kessingland keeps bees and has a sign outside advertising local honey. We have bought some from him at a craft fair and it is very good. I'm with Lowestoft Stroke Support Group Tinks2100 1 year ago I now its a bit far, but there is a gentleman who lives in Lynn Grove in Gorleston who sells honey. Sheila C 1 year ago longworths butchers on gorleston rd oulton sell local honey Jane D 1 year ago If you are Carlton Colville way the farm shop on the Rushmere Road sells local honey too, it's where I get mine . lizzie s 1 year ago Jane, where exactly is the farm shop on the rushmere road. Jane D 1 year ago If you go past the car sales place on the right, round the corner and not far past the national speed limit signs there is a house standing on its own with a garage next to that, the shop is in the garage, potatoes, carrots, other veg, eggs and the honey of course. Hope you find it. Sarah S 1 year ago Thanks everyone for all your suggestions I'll be making a beeline to one or two of those ;) Patricia K 1 year ago I just bought some honey on Saturday from the Mardle Cafe in Blundeston. It is supplied locally from a beekeeper in Browston. It is absolutely delicious. Recommend the home-made bread also. Comments are closed. Why not start a new conversation?