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If you are interested in becoming a stallholder at the Horniman Farmers' Market, please email farmersmarket@horniman.ac.uk.

About this event

Visit the Horniman Farmers’ Market every Saturday to pick-up your weekly essentials direct from independent and local producers. Located in our glorious Gardens you will find stalls selling seasonal fruit and veg, artisan bread, organic meat and delicious hot food. If that’s not enough to have you feeling like our overstuffed walrus, we also have regular guest traders specialising in treats such as luxury chocolates, homemade jams and irresistible cakes.

Please note: The Horniman Farmers' Market is moving to Sundays on 13 October and the last trading date of the current market is Saturday 5 October. 

On 13 October, join us for the relaunch of our Market with a special event focused on sustainable living, featuring ecological and ethical products, fun workshops and information stands in addition to our regular stalls. Find out more about the new Horniman Market.

Stallholders (note not all stallholders attend every week)

EVERY WEEK 

  1. Wild Country Organics - seasonal organic veg
  2. Aston Bakery - organic artisan bread
  3. Route 66 Street Food - burritos, quesadillas, tacos
  4. Zingle Food - falafel wraps and tagine
  5. Picks Organic Farm - certified organic and high welfare meat, eggs. Hot sausages and burgers in rolls served
  6. Horniman Beer Stall - UK brewed artisan beers
  7. Brambletye Fruit Farm. Biodynamic growers and producers of juices and ferments, apples, pears, soft fruits, seasonal vegetables, mushrooms and eggs.

 INTERMITTENT WEEKS 

  1. Sweet Carolina - Cakes and biscuits (first and third weeks of the month)
  2. Fruition - Compotes and ketchup (second week of the month) 
  3. Fleur de Lis  - Cakes and savoury flans (second, fourth and fifth week of the month)
  4. Caregrow - Handmade Sauces, Preserves and Fruit Liqueurs, all produced at home in their dedicated workshop (first week of the month) 
  5. Piha Pies (first and third week of the month)
  6. La Creperie Anglaise (second and fourth week of the month)
  7. Play Cotton - Eco-friendly children wear made locally (first Saturday of the month)
  8. Fi’s Fudge - Handmade fudge (attends first and third week of the month)
  9. Lucknow2London - British classic dishes done with an Indian twist (first week of the month)
  10. OrsuHandmade, natural skincare in zero waste packaging
  11. Red Harboursucculent plants in handmade concrete pots (aweek three of the month)

 Occasional Guest

  1. Dolly Do It - up-cycled craft and furniture items
  2. Vana Vora - birch syrup sustainably sourced birch tree syrup 
  3. Maame T's Kitchen - African inspired menu
  4. Mama Jai Thai - Thai street food made naturally with locally sourced organic & free range produce
  5. Forest Hill Candles

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