The best new weekend markets
A new monthly market has emerged in Putney and it aims to shine a light on emerging and established talent while supporting the local arts industry.
The market that spawned Sir Alan Sugar’s business success via a shampoo stall is back. Over 50 percent of traders live in the surrounding postcode areas, making the market a truly local affair.
All farms selling at this market are either organic or biodynamic. Born out of the Crystal Palace Transition Town scheme, the market runs on two key concepts, cutting carbon emissions and building community resilience.
Fashion Sunday is a new event that aims to give independent talent the opportunity to reach their audiences without coughing up huge figures for physical retail space.
Offering goods and produce that aren’t readily available in the local vicinity, Harringay Market has become something of a community hub.
When you roll out of bed with a hangover, Herne Hill provides the perfect pick-me-up. The vibe is chilled-out, gastronomic window-shopping – for as long as your rumbling stomach can hold out, anyway.
Lower Marsh Market is rapidly expanding, after starting as a weekday foodie strip to service the Waterloo community with street eats for office workers.
A small affair, South Kensington Farmers market is FARMA approved, meaning all produce on the market has been grown, raised or caught directly from the nursery, farm or fisherman.
Village Green is a young weekly Sunday market in the heart of Hackney. Its smattering of stalls include an array of hangover-worthy food and twee vendors selling everything from pickles to prints.
The best new weekday markets
Camden Lock’s new Thursday evening venture promises that only the best street food vendors make the cut. The weekly event is sound tracked by resident DJs and special guests.
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