Leytonstone Farmers’ Market opens this weekend, Sunday 12th September, at Buxton School on Cann Hall Road. It’s right next door to the play and skate park near Jubilee Pond, also home to the brilliant Patch Cafe.
The Certified farmers’ market will take place every Sunday 10am-2pm. Run by London Farmers Markets – the expert group who operate dozens across the capital, including the acclaimed Queen’s Park, Parliament Hill and Walthamstow ones – you can be sure that it’s the real deal; there are no wholesalers or bought-in produce.
Everything here comes direct from farmers, fishermen, bakers, growers and makers.
Expect to find a range of stalls, with produce including free range and organic meat and poultry, seasonal game, dairy, seasonal fruit and vegetables, juice, bread, cakes, pies, plants and flowers, eggs, fish, pasta, and much more.
Farms attending include Bradfields Farm Dairy, Picks Organic Farm organic meat and poultry, The Dusty Knuckle bakery, local heroes Patch Café, Trethowan’s Dairy award-winning cheese, Ted’s Veg, Brambletye Fruit Farms, Martin’s Fresh Fish, Nanny Violets Jams, Lord Pesto, Oliviers Bakery and Cuckoo Box Nursery.
London Farmers Markets encourages makers to use locally grown and sourced ingredients in their product and free-range eggs as a minimum standard.
The market will take place rain or shine, whatever the weather and the market organisers encourage you to bring your own bags, containers and reusable coffee cups.
See you there this weekend – we reckon this one is worth every local’s support.
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