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London Farmers' Markets


Blackheath farmers' market, located in the car park of Blackheath rail station takes place every Sunday from 10am - 2pm. As befits a market that's been established for many years it seems as if everyone knows the farmers by name. It's very much a social gathering, with customers queueing patiently whilst waiting for the market bell to ring!

A great selection of farm produce is on offer, look out for fresh farm milk from Sussex, Andrew Linghams great beef pasties and fresh fish from the east coast.

This market takes place in a car park and therefore well behaved dogs are welcome.

Producers selling at Blackheath include:

  • A.G Brockman Organic Vegetables
  • Aritsan Foods
  • Batch Farm Cheesemakers Ltd
  • Bath Soft Cheese Company
  • Beatbush Farm Foods
  • Blacker and Moore
  • Cakehole
  • Chegworth Valley Juices
  • Court Farm in Kent
  • David Jennings Fish Merchange
  • Douglas Partners
  • Ellie's Dairy
  • Exeter Street Bakery
  • Flour Power City Bakery
  • Gary's Fresh Fish
  • Grange Nurseries
  • Green Poultry
  • Greens of Glastonbury
  • Harvest Moon Free Range Eggs
  • JammyVal
  • Keik
  • La Casetta
  • Local Honey Man
  • Lovely Branches
  • Mouthfull Food Company
  • Naked and Read Foods
  • Nectar Plant Nursery
  • New Park Farm Asparagus
  • Nut Knowle Farm
  • Perry Court Farm Shop
  • Potter's Preserves
  • Primrose Hall Nursery
  • S.J. Taylor (Quarry Farm)
  • Scout Jam
  • Seasonal Suffolk Ltd
  • Seriously Italian
  • Stockings Farm
  • Ted's Veg
  • The Culinary Herb Company
  • The Mushroom Table
  • The Tomato Stall
  • Wicks Manor Farm
  • Wild About Food
  • Wild Country Organics

The above list is only a guide. Some stalls may take a week off without notice, please contact the farms directly if you are making a special journey. For more information on the above producers please see our producers page.

For updates on the Blackheath Farmers' Market, see the dedicated Facebook page.