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Suppliers' Storytime

We can’t wait to introduce you to some of our very favourite suppliers in our brand new series of Wednesday luncheons where you can meet the people behind fantastic local fare and hear their story before you enjoy a lunch made with their proudly-produced wares.

11am arrival, 12.30pm lunch.

Catherine Temple, maker of Norfolk’s most famous cheese, including Binham Blue, Copys Cloud, Warham, Walsingham, Wighton, Gurney’s Gold and Wells Alpine will be joining us to tell us the story behind ...
We are delighted to welcome Flint Vineyard, based in the sunny and sheltered Waveney Valley in south Norfolk. Winemaker Ben Witchell crafts wonderful wines using a blend of innovation and a respect fo...
This city company supplies more than 500kg of tea to The Assembly House every year from its gorgeous little shop in the Norwich Lanes. Raise a cup to tales of tea drinking through the ages and the leg...
Jackie Marsh is a trailblazer for the charcuterie movement in the UK and her salami and chorizo uses only meat sourced from free-range pigs in East Anglia. She’ll tell us why happy pigs make beautiful...
Jamie Archer and his team are the undisputed banger kings of Norfolk and take their sausages very seriously. Today, Jamie will tell us the story of his much-loved family shop on Plumstead Road in Norw...
Julie Cheyney is a hugely experienced cheesemaker with a background in dairy farming who relocated to Bungay to make the lactic-style St Jude cheese from the raw milk of Fen Farm’s Montbeliarde cattle...
John “Grimsby” Watt, the Pye Baker, is Norwich’s much-loved baker and Elvis aficionado (he owns – and wears - suits made by the King’s tailor!). He’ll tell us all about his life in baking and how he m...