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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.

Stallholders (note not all stallholders attend every week)


  1. Cherry Berry - juices (cold in the summer, hot in winter) and seasonal fruits and veg (soups in winter)
  2. That Cheese Stall - British cheeses from the lovely Georgina
  3. Wild Country Organics - seasonal organic veg
  4. Aston Bakery - organic artisan bread
  5. The Pie Cart - artisan pies and scotch eggs
  6. Wise Owl Tea - organic herbal tea in silky tea temples
  7. Route 66 Street Food - burritos, quesadillas, tacos
  8. Zingle Food - falafel wraps and tagine
  9. Picks Organic Farm - certified organic and high welfare meat, eggs. Hot sausages and burgers in rolls served
  10. Damaris Designs - Locally grown flora and plants grown without chemicals


  1. Sweet Carolina - Cakes and biscuits 
  2. Fruition - Compotes and ketchup  (second week of the month) 
  3. Michelle's Bakery - Cakes and chutneys 
  4. Chocolates by Eloise - fair trade Belgian chocolates 
  5. Dolly Did It - Up-cycled craft and furniture items
  6. Vana Vora - Birch syrup 
  7. La Creperie Anglaise - Sweet and savoury crepes
  8. Loving Eat - Calzone and arancini (third week of the month) 
  9. Love a Bite - Artisan cheese toasties (first and third weeks of the month)
  10. Perinelli Salami - Handmade salamis made from free-range British meat (second and fourth weeks of every month)

 Occasional Guests

  1. Local Honey Man - London sourced raw honey
  2. Dolly Do It - up-cycled craft and furniture items
  3. Vana Vora - birch syrup sustainably sourced birch tree syrup 

 What our visitors say:


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