Top 5 alternative markets you must visit this xmas!

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The School Yard Market

The School Yard Market can be found every Saturday at London Fields Primary School. It behind Broadway Market and next to Netil Market. It has grown from strength to strength in recent years and is now a buzzing creative hole. Traders sell inventions, crafty creations, artistic wonders, fashion and food. The School Yard is a great place to shop and hang. Anyone visiting Broadway Market and Netil Market in Hackney, should definitely swing past this great little market.

Every Saturday: 9am – 5:30pm

Netil Market in London Fields

Next door to Netil House and home to permanent traders every day of the week, plus market day on Saturdays where you'll find tasty food sellers, vintage stalls, and designer-makers selling their wares. With regular traders and rotating weekly stalls you can expect to find a broad selection of vendors to satisfy your every desire. The list of stalls includes vintage homewares, jewellery designers, illustrators, original artwork, vintage clothing, niche accessory, terrariums, jewellery and clothing labels as well as gorgeous food stalls and a heated dining area.

Situated moments from London fields at the top of Broadway Market.


Chatsworth Road market

Chatsworth Road market has a long heritage and is located on one of London's longest high streets.It's a short walk from Millfields Park, the River Lee, Lee Valley Park and Hackney Marshes and a short bike ride from the Olympic Park. There's even a National Trust property nearby at Sutton HouseChatsworth Road Traders and Residents Association (CRTRA) and The Council brought the market back to life in 2011 and it takes place every Sunday.The market has more than 50 active traders offering a strong selection of food, both street food and staples to complement those already on the street. In addition, there are a number of handmade and unique products that make great gifts.

Hackney Flea Market

An eclectic selection of over 30 hand-picked vintage stall holders, all selling an amazing mix of salvaged, one-of-a–kind, lost and found objects, and handmade items.

Items for sale will include, Vintage Clothes, 20th Century Furniture, Records, Glass & Ceramics, Jet Set Junk, Handcrafted Jewellery, Salvaged French Homeware, Antique Luggage, Curiosities & Collectables, Textiles, Kitschenalia, Trench Art, Reclaimed Industrial Fixtures, Mid Century Danish Decor, Atomic Era Electricals & Handmade Goods, and the unexpected.

Fount Market

A lovely selection of food art and crafts waiting for you every Saturday from Nov 5th till December 17th , taking place in Fount London’s courtyard expect good vibes and great gift options. The East End Prints shop will be running as usual showcasing our beautiful print and card collection. Open 10-5pm. Free Entry!

Want to trade with us? Fount Market is always looking for awesome people to join the fun, drop us a line at info@fountlondon.com and request your application form!

                            



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