So much to buy!

We have over 60 stalls with a huge range of products to tempt the most discerning of shoppers!

There is a lovely selection of jewellery from Silver Petals, Lucy Bradshaw jewellery, Atelier Chokerbali and Niz Khan who sells items for children. Sharon’s Stones has lucky stones and gemstones.

Lucy bradshaw

If you are looking for great new things for the home then do check out Amber Glass design‘s glass art, Karavan Eco‘s and Colourful Creations Homeware‘ s bamboo wares and Sa(l)vage Art‘s wood and clay animal carvings. Place in Print  and Postcode Prints sell limited edition posters and prints. Coco and Ginger will make your home smell wonderful with their scented candles and diffusers.  Cookcoo box sell micro-products (house plants). My Gorgeous Cards have items such as Tea-towels and coaster too.

Place in print

There are lots of vintage stalls like Spyware, After the Vintage Store and Amy Charlotte with interesting items such as vintage clothes, mirrors and bags.


For children’s gifts look no further than Fabric 41 selling dribble bibs and merino blankets, English Rose Linen‘s baby clothes, Small Print, the on-line children’s book seller and Littlesmarts who are selling t-shirts with a phonic twist.  Then go to Granny’s Smith’s Homemade Rag dolls and BKD for their children’s baking kits. Pedder property Sales are doing free children’s face painting while you chat to them. Freedom Academy and Stage Coach Dulwich have information on their classes (don’t forget to watch them on the stage too!).  If you’re pregnant try Jelly Belly Pilates and Training.

Fabric 41

We have exotic stalls from all over the world too!  Try Runamenta which specialises in Bolivian crafts, Cascada for fair trade South American gifts like Panama trilbys and Ecuadorian Style for hats, ponchos and scarves. Serendip have Sri Lankan handicrafts while The Sreepur Village Bangladesh have cards handmade by mothers in the village. FunkyNChunky are selling fair trade Ghanaian hand-made leather and print bags whilst Kiki specialise in Japanese items and are running an origami workshop.


There is plenty of fabulous fashion too.  Faze 1 and Global Gypsy London sell ladies wear, Wrap up in style scarves and shawls. Treat yourself to organic skincare at The Infusionist or a Liberty washbag at Majmakes.

You might feel rather peckish after all this shopping so stop at the Duchess of Macaroon, Constance cakes, The Tartelettes or Mrs Ste Croix’s Cakes for delicious home-made baking.  Vasso’s Kouzina will tempt you with Greek dips and olives. For a greener way of life look out for Oddbox and Riverford Home delivery for your vegetables.

Duchess of macaron

Find out more about portrait photography at Nousha Photography and Martin Lea Photography. Look out for Simon Short‘s photography where he draws inspiration in the ‘unusual in the every day’.


2 comments on “So much to buy!

    • Hi Leanna
      Please go to the menu and click on 2022 applications – catering applications have closed but you can still apply for a market stall or non catering pitch until end of April (although some categories are already full).
      Best wishes


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s