2018 Stalls

So much to buy!

We have over 60 stalls with a huge range of products to buy!

There is a lovely selection of jewellery! Silver PetalsSimple silver and MB Krystal Crafts have silver items,  KA&You and Mya and Joe also use stones and make acrylic jewellery. London Look have had-made miracle bead bracelets and chokers.

silver petals

If you are looking for great new things for the home then do check out Amber Glass design or Mercedes Oakley Glass‘s glass art or Karavan Eco and Just Nerissa who have ethical and fair trade products. Tuffet Company are selling British made pouffes while Postcode Prints and Humble Brown have limited edition posters and prints. Coco and Ginger and Goodness Gracious will make your home smell wonderful with their scented candles and diffusers.  My Gorgeous Cards have items such as Tea-towels and coaster too.

Humble Brown

There are vintage stalls like Spyware and Lovely Old and Useful  with interesting items such as vintage clothes, Pottery, glass, mirrors and bags.

English Rose Linen‘s have nighties, throws and baby clothes. Go to Granny’s Smith’s Homemade Rag dolls for rag dolls and knit wear or Belle and Bean for traditional children’s toys. Kato Kids have children’s clothing from Japan.  This is book Love sells children’s books.  Irina Papane have toys from felt while DNC Accessories make children’s accessories such as bracelets.

English rose linens

Pedder property Sales are doing free children’s face painting while you chat to them. Take Flight Academy for performing Arts have information on their classes.

We have exotic stalls from all over the world too!  Try Runamenta which specialises in Bolivian crafts, Ecuadorian Style for hats, ponchos and scarves, AquariusB for afrcentric men and women’s wear or Mamacha Alpaca Knitwear from Peru. Gitas Portal have bags, turbans from Africa too. FunkyNChunky are selling fair trade Ghanaian hand-made leather and print bags.


There is plenty of fabulous fashion too.  Faze 1, Global Gypsy London and J Kutzie sell ladies wear. For sustainable organic clothing for tweens and teens try Horses of the wild. Charms and Nails have hand made silk scarves or Nou Moon Shawls too.

Treat yourself to organic skincare at The Infusionist, a Liberty washbag at Majmakes or handmade skin products at Nature’s Gifts Products.

You might feel rather peckish after all this shopping so stop at the Duchess of Macaroon, The Tartelettes, Once upon a cheesecake, or Mrs Ste Croix’s Cakes for delicious home-made baking. If you have a sweet tooth then don’t miss Melange Chocolate, Somerset Fudge, Agua Na Boca selling churros or Sweet Delight selling retro sweets. Fruiliamo Ltd have Italian delicacies while Mrs Johnson’s have delicious chutneys and jams which you can sample first. For a greener way of life look out for Oddbox delivery for your vegetables or City Bees London selling local SE5 honey and bee products. Get fresh coconut water at Coco Brazil.

Duchess of macaron

Find out more about portrait photography at Nousha Photography and Look out for Simon Short‘s photography ‘London USA and other stories’.