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The 5 Best Farmers' Markets in North East London

Looking for fresh, local produce sold directly by farmers and artisans? North East London boasts some fantastic weekly farmers' markets packed with seasonal fare.

Here is our top 5 farmers' markets in NE London not to miss.

A wooden box filled with fruits and vegetables

Islington Farmers' Market

  • When: Sundays, 10am-2pm

  • Where: Chapel Market, Penton Street, London N1 9PZ

Islington's long-running weekly market brings together fruit, vegetables, bread, cheese, meat, flowers and more from local producers.

Walthamstow Farmers’ Market

  • When: Sundays, 10am-2pm

  • Where: Town Square, Selbourne Walk Shopping Centre, London E17 7JN

Walthamstow high street comes alive on Sundays with farm-fresh offerings like eggs, artisan bread, veg, cheese, and meat.

Leytonstone Farmers’ Market

  • When: Sundays, 10am-2pm

  • Where: Buxton School, Cann Hall Road, London E11 3NN

Right next to the skate park, this weekly market boasts an array of fruit, veg, bread, meat, fish and delicious prepared foods.

Growing Communities Farmers’ Market

  • When: Saturdays, 10am-2:30pm

  • Where: St Paul’s Church, Stoke Newington, London N16 7UE

East London's only all-organic farmers’ market hosts vegetable growers, bakers, cheesemakers and all sorts of fresh produce from sustainable farms - all within 60 miles of London!

Stepney City Farm Saturday Market

  • When: Saturdays 10am-4pm

  • Where: Stepney Way, London E1 3DG

Alongside the petting farm, Stepney City Farm’s weekend market brings together fresh, local fare straight from the source.

Come rain or shine, these farmers' markets are the place to get seasonal produce, support local farmers, discover new foods, and gather ingredients for your weekly shop!

And don't forget, you can find fantastic sustainable groceries shop every single day on Ganddee! So, if you need to refill your fridge in the middle of the week, you know where to look to find local sustainable groceries shops!

Happy strolling and eating!



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