Chatsworth Road Market

Jean Goldsmith
Chatsworth Road Market

Clapton’s Chatsworth Road sure is old. In the ’30s it had up to 200 stalls peddling their wares up to five days a week. After the war the market dwindled and finally petered out in 1990 leaving Chatsworth Road slightly bereft. In November 2010, a band of locals and traders aimed to bring back the bustle and campaigned to get the market back on its feet. After two successful test runs, Chatsworth returned regularly with more than 40 stalls selling gourmet foods, vintage bric-a-brac, crafts, cakes and preserves, clothing, jewellery – and more than its fair share of hipsters. You’ll recognise a handful of traders from Broadway Market, but there's also plenty of fresh produce available at the Sunday Morning Market – a few steps away at Rushmore Primary School ( – where you'll find fruit and veg, posh breads, homemade cakes and more bric-a-brac.

Venue name: Chatsworth Road Market
Address: Chatsworth Road Market
E5 0LH
Opening hours: Open 11am-3pm every Sun
Transport: Tube: Hackney Central Overground

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    Chatsworth Road Market London London E5 0LH

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Catherine Ford

Enuff already. I regularly buy bread at Percy Ingle and get jerk chicken from Too Sweet at least once a week - I also trade and shop at the market - you can do both!