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About this event

Our weekly market is moving to Sundays with the extended hours of 10am–3pm. Every Sunday you can enjoy a range of delicious hot food, pick up fresh and seasonal produce from local traders, and treat yourself to irresistible cakes and craft beer.

On 13 October, join us for the relaunch of our Market with a special focus on sustainable living, featuring ecological and ethical products, fun workshops and information stands in addition to our regular stalls. 


Plastic Seconds: Upcycled Jewellery and Keyring Workshop

  • Times: 11am, 12pm, 2pm and 3pm. Workshops last an hour.
  • Location: Conservatory

Using discarded plastic items from everyday life, Plastic Seconds will be holding workshops making jewellery, keyrings and bag toggles to give these items a new lease of life.

£6 per person  - suitable for ages 5+

Solar Panel Making Workshop

  • Times: 11am
  • Location: Conservatory

Drop in to learn about how solar power works, how it fits into our everyday energy system, and have a go at making a solar panel from scratch yourself.

Free - suitable for ages 10+

Talks and Discussions

Neal's Yard Remedies

  • Times: 11am
  • Location: Pavilion

Natural and organic health and beauty brand who have been pioneering sustainability for over 35 years. From becoming the UK's first certified organic health and beauty brand, to helping ban plastic microbeads, Suzanne Colston-Lynch from Neal's Yard talks about the company's truly pioneering force.

Free - suitable for all ages

Fashion Industry Talk by Tamsin Lejeune from Common Objective

  • Times: 12pm
  • Location: Pavilion

Tamsin will be talking about the fashion industry and the effect it is having on our environment and the creators of our clothes. What moves are being made to overcome these issues? Come and find out how fashion and textile designers and Fairtrade companies are making the changes.

£3 per person - suitable for all ages

Decarbonising Energy in a Hurry

  • Times: 2pm
  • Location: Pavilion

Ian Westmoreland from Demand Energy Equality, a not-for-profit company dedicated to increasing energy literacy, reducing energy demand and working with others to ensure equality of energy access. The need to tackle climate change has never been more urgent. What does a decarbonised energy system mean for how we live our lives, and how fast can we make it happen?

Free - suitable for all ages

Compost Trail

  • Times: 11.30am
  • Location: meet on the Bandstand at 11.30am

Join Rich from our Horniman Gardens Team to walk down on our compost trail. On this tour you can find out how the Horniman recycles its food and green waste and how it's used in the Gardens.

Free - suitable for all ages

Music Performance

  • Times: 1.20pm and 2.20pm
  • Location: Bandstand

Catch this musical performance of soulful jazz with a latin touch by Heidi Vogel in one of these 40-minute sessions on the Bandstand.

Free - suitable for all ages

Sustainable and Fairtrade Market

Eco and natural textiles, recycled products, locally made, fairly traded, ethical jewellery, furniture, homeware, fashion, organic bodycare, campaign groups and natural childbirth advice.

  • Times: 10am - 4pm
  • Location: Bandstand Terrace
  • Rachel and Malika's - sustainable homewares crafted by artisans including baskets, rugs and throws
  • Woodworksdesigns - contemporary wooden furniture from locally sourced timber
  • Mizz Cleo Online - one of a kind clothing and accessories from upcycled materials, locally sourced fabrics, and a selection of vintage
  • Rebecca Anne Jewellery - eco-friendly handmade jewellery and accessories made from recycled and reclaimed materials 
  • Anna P - handmade hairbands using vintage fabric including vintage Liberty, Sanderson and hand-dyed fabrics
  • Chiltern Wool - knitted homeware and clothing using natural yarns such as alpaca and merino sourced from British farmers
  • Bermondsey Bits - an eco-friendly brand specialising in reusable everyday items made from sustainable materials ranging from bamboo to vintage textiles
  • Enfair - fashion accessories using upcycled and repurposed fabrics, handcrafted by women from disadvantaged backgrounds who have been trained in sewing and embroidery
  • Boho Homes London - certified fairtrade home accessories and gifts. All products are handmade and ethically traded
  • Orsu - handmade skincare made with organic ingredients and wrapped in compostable packaging
  • I am Ecoist - eco-friendly and sustainable products including stainless steel lunchboxes, steel water bottles, and tote bags
  • Tropic Skincare and Beauty - naturally derived skincare and makeup, freshly made locally in Surrey. All products are cruelty-free, vegan and made using premium natural ingredients and essential oils
  • Annie Sparkles - handmade accessories and homeware for adults and children. Products are made using recycled vintage fabrics and haberdashery
  • Couchman Bespoke - ethical tailoring service. Using zero-waste pattern making and sourcing sustainable cloth, also providing alterations and sewing classes
  • NYR Organic - natural health and beauty brand who have been pioneering sustainability for over 35 years
  • Saboon Alee - a family business based in South London making handmade soap using the finest organic and sustainably sourced raw ingredients
  • Y-KAIROS - one of a kind sustainable children's wear using natural and up-cycled fabrics in high quality, comfortable and timeless styles
  • Mylittlewish - rugs made out of recycled plastic bottles and macrame wall hangings made of recycled yarns
  • Naughty Magpie - British made, traditional wool blankets and throws, and assorted vintage clothes and accessories
  • Arlette Gold - created and curated fashion jewellery dedicated to independent designers
  • Lewisham Midwives - midwives from Lewisham hospital available to discuss natural childbirth
  • Play Cotton - an eco friendly kidswear brand. All products have been made in the UK
  • Red Faces Prints - local water-based ink prints
  • Dolly Did It - upcycled furniture
  • Amy Caliz - textile bags and forever flower wreaths
  • Forest Hill Society - information stall about clean air, street tree sponsorship and community library
  • Climate Action Lewisham - information stall about sustainability and healthy neighbourhoods

Street Food, Fresh and Local Produce Market

All our usual Market stalls including: organic fruit, veg and juice, cakes, cheese, fudge, honey, bread and hot street food.

  • Times: 10am - 4pm
  • Location: Bandstand Terrace
  • Route 66 - hot food stall serving burritos 
  • Feel Full Falafel - hot food stall serving falafel 
  • La Creperie Anglais - hot food stall serving crepes
  • Maame T's Kitchen - hot food stall serving Afrocentric cooked food
  • Picks Farm - hot food serving organic meat
  • Punjabi Delhi - hot Indian street food
  • Cormacks Seafood - locally caught mackerel in jars 
  • Wild Country Organics - fresh organic vegetables
  • Astons Bakery - organic artisan bread and pastries 
  • Sweet Carolina - cakes and biscuits
  • Fi's Fudge - handmade fudge
  • Hertiage Cheese - UK cheeses
  • Pressed Ltd - fresh juices
  • Crusts London - sweet pies
  • Beer Stall - UK brewed craft beers
  • Brambletye Farm - organic fruit, jucie and veg 
  • Fruition Preserves - savoury preserves
  • Carnival Coffee Roasters - fairtrade locally roasted coffee
  • Perinelli Salami - free range, locally cured meats
  • Chocolates by Eloise - artisan chocolates 

Sustainable Living Fair - Terms and Conditions for Stallholders