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London Farmers' Markets


London's first ever and most established farmers market takes place on Chapel Market between Baron Street and Penton Street, with loads of space to shop and at least 30 stalls each week.

Lots of free parking on streets on Sundays, try Penton Street / Claremont Square area, residents bays and some single yellow lines are free.

Don't miss the colourful selection of seasonal flowers from Grange Nurseries, the choice of veg (organic from Eden Farms and Wild Country Organics, conventional from Perry Court and Teds Veg) and a fantastic selection of free range and organic meat and poultry.

This market takes place on a public street and therefore well behaved dogs are very welcome. Every Sunday 10am - 2pm. 

Producers selling at Islington include:

  • All that Jam
  • Artisan Foods
  • Ash Tree Farm Meats
  • Batch Farm Cheesemakers Ltd
  • Bath Soft Cheese Company
  • Brocklebys Farm Shop
  • Celtic Bakers
  • Channel Fish
  • Chegworth Valley Juices
  • Corum Plants
  • Dallaways Cherries (Rent a Cherry Tree Ltd)
  • David Jennings Fish Merchant
  • Eden Farms
  • Flour Power City Bakery
  • G D Horticulture & Landscape
  • Galileo Farm
  • Grange Nurseries
  • Grasmere Farm
  • Greens of Glastonbury
  • Harvest Moon Free Range Eggs
  • Hurdlebrook Dairy
  • Keik
  • La Casetta
  • Layer Marney Produce
  • Lincolnshire Poacher Cheese / FW Read and Son Local Honey Man
  • Lovely Branches
  • Mill Whites Cider
  • Mouthfull Food Company
  • Nigel's Lettuces and Lovage
  • Nut Knowle Farm
  • PINOLO Natural Gelato (t/a Pinolo Ltd)
  • Pastificio Mansi
  • Perry Court Farm Shop P
  • Pieminister
  • Proper Pudding
  • South Downs Venison and Game
  • Sweet and Tart Ltd (t/a Popina)
  • The Bow Belly
  • The Tomato Stall
  • Veal from the Field
  • Wash Farm
  • Wild Country Organics
  • Windrush Valley Goat Dairy
  • Wobbly Bottom Farm
  • Woodlands Jersey Beef 

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 Islington Farmers' Market, see the dedicated Facebook page.