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The best farmers’ markets in London

Organic veggies from the allotment and fresh fish straight from the sea, these farmers’ markets have plenty to bring to the table

Give food miles the green finger by shopping for your Sunday lunch at one of London’s best farmers’ markets. They’re a foodie heaven of organic bakeries, local handmade jams and edible flowers, and there’s even freshly prepared grub for you to refuel along the way.

The best farmers’ markets in London

Brixton Market

Brixton Market is a sensory fiesta. And for every hipster rammed into one of the (justifiably) rave reviewed eateries a stack of exotic produce teeters like a nutritious Jenga set.

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Brixton Village and Market Row , Brixton Until Thursday April 30 2020

Peckham Farmers Market

Peckham Farmers Market is a FARMA certified weekly affair. Run by the Urban Farmers Market and offering fresh, home grown produce all under a covered roof.

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Peckham High Street , Peckham Sunday February 14 2016 - Sunday July 5 2020

South Kensington Farmers' Market

A small affair with an average of just 18 stalls, South Kensington Farmers' market is FARMA approved, meaning all the produce has been grown, raised or caught directly from the nursery, farm or fisherman.

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Bute Street , South Kensington Until Saturday November 25 2017

Thames Ditton Farmers' Market

This popular local market takes place on the fourth Saturday of every month on the Thames Ditton High Street (KT7 0RY) and offers a wide variety of local produce, artisan foods, speciality ingredients and homemade crafts and products.

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Tottenham Ploughman Mayfest

Supporting local artisanal producers, who produce but don’t sell their goods in the area, Tottenham Ploughmans Mayfest aims to showcase local talent.

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Tomas H
Tomas H

I do love a good Farmers Market, shame my local one closed. I hear Marylebone maybe going too?

LondonFarmersMarkets C
LondonFarmersMarkets C

@Tomas H absolutely not, quash that rumour. Marylebone isn't going anywhere! Join the market email list if you want to be kept informed; info@lfm.org.uk