Market Stalls

Barnes farmers market

Barnes farmers Market is one of the oldest farmers markets in London situated in the picturesque town of Barnes (the village of London).
.Everything from award winning organic and free range meats, fresh fish, fruit and veg, fine bakery products, luxury cheeses and homemade apple juices to name but a few of the offerings available each week.


Essex House Surgery, Barnes, London
 

Putney market

 Every great community deserves a great market and our aim is to create one in PutneyEvery Saturday we bring the best local producers and independent traders to Church Square on Putney High Street on Church Square to give the local community an opportunity to shop directly with them.  By supporting the market you are supporting local farmers, producers and traders, while at the same time getting access to beautiful seasonal and local food.We are open every Saturday 10-3pm 

Putney Market, St Mary's Church Square, 5 Putney High Street, London, SW15 1RB

 


Venn street market

 Venn Street Market is a local community food market every Saturday working directly with farmers and small independent producers enabling our customers to meet face to face with the growers and makers of the foods available each week.With a strong ethos of ensuring high quality and fair prices, the market guarantees all goods are locally sourced and seasonal. 


 

Venn St, Clapham, London SW4 0AT

Thames ditton

 Thames Ditton Farmers’ Market, a not to be missed event staged on the fourth Saturday of every month within the amenity space of the George & Dragon pub in the High Street. Here you’ll find over 20 high quality stalls selling home grown produce as well as locally sourced meat, fish, dairy products, bread, cakes, sauces, preserves, artisan products and lots, lots more. 

 George & Dragon High Street Thames Ditton KT7 0R 

Herne hill

 

 When you roll out of bed with a hangover, Herne Hill provides the perfect pick-me-up. Join the bleary-eyed locals who flock to this strip of stalls lining the pedestrianised street outside Herne Hill station, and grab cheapish restorative treats from crepes to curries. The vibe is chilled-out, gastronomic window-shopping – for as long as your rumbling stomach can hold out, anyway. Visit the charming Frenchman who asks, ‘are you ready for tartiflette?’ (the answer should be ‘oui’). Grab a coffee from Wish’s little outdoor machine, by the bike repair stall, or a spicy sausage from Cannon & Cannon – but be quick, though, as ravenous south Londoners tend to gobble up the best stuff by early afternoon. There are also stalls selling crafts, bric-a-brac and vintage clothes, offering style as well as sustenance. 

Railton Road, Herne Hill, SE24 0JN
 

Kew Village Market

On the first Sunday of every month

‘It’s like being in France!’ said a visitor emerging from Kew Gardens station to the colourful spread of stalls selling the finest, freshest artisan food and the best local crafts. Kew Village Market has become quite the place to meet friends and neighbours, to shop sociably and maybe hang out for lunch, with great street food and live music from our sunshine-yellow marquee.

 Kew Village Market

Station Parade, Kew, Richmond TW9 3PZ