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  • Made in Hackney – Local Food Kitchen

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    We believe everyone should have access to healthy, affordable food that’s good for people and planet. This means transitioning to a food system and diet with local, seasonal, organic, plant-based foods at its core. In our beautiful recycled kitchen we teach vital food growing, cooking and composting skills. Our program covers everything from basic plant based cookery skills to sugar free baking, preserving, bread making, foraging and making your own non-toxic homemade cosmetics. We deliver fun, inspiring and informative cookery and preserving classes using produce from Growing Communities veg box scheme to community groups such as teen carers, adults in rehab programs, new parents, low income families, young people excluded from school, young people in care, local food growers and anyone else with a desire and need to learn about healthy sustainable food. Amazing local volunteers run our pay-by-donation Community Classes on bi-weekly Sundays where new skills such as lactic fermenting, sour dough bread making, home herbalism, Rastafarian Ital food cookery and much more is taught in a fun, relaxed environment. Our program of Masterclasses are led by holistic chefs, herbalists and nutritionists and feature everything from raw food, live cultures and ferments, homemade cosmetics, vegan baking and much more.

  • BigBarn CIC

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    The virtual Farmers’ Market to help you find and buy fresh local produce. Simply visit www.bigbarn.co.uk and type in your postcode to see a map of your local area showing different icons, each representing a producer and the type of goods they sell with further information attached. BigBarn and its 6,500 producers want to make buying local more convenient, help save money and boost their local economy. To help this happen register and you will be emailed occasional special offers from your local producers and local ‘foody’ news in BigBarn’s post code specific newsletter.

  • The Three Chimneys & The House Over-By

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    Restaurant on the Isle of Skye which uses as much fresh, local, organic produce as possible. Makes virtually all of its own food including jams, soups, puddings, chocolates and bread. Speciality is fresh Skye seafood; there are always vegetarian options. Hugely supportive of a growing local horticultural movement to encourage as much fresh produce to be grown and used as possible. Luxury accommodation in six rooms next door in The House Over-By. Booking essential. The restaurant is routinely regarded as one of the best in the world and appears on many fine dining lists.

  • The St. Tudy Inn

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    The St.Tudy Inn is a wonderful Cornish pub that celebrates the finest seasonal produce from the surrounding area. Situated in the beautiful Cornish village of St.Tudy, the Inn has a warm and cosy atmosphere and a passion for simple, rustic cuisine, real ales and fine wines. The kitchen is headed by Emily Scott where she creates an ever evolving menu that combines her passion for beautiful, seasonal food with the best Cornish produce available in this wonderful village location. Enjoy a drink in the old bar, relax in front of the open fire and choose a lighter lunch from the bar menu. Alternatively, you could head to the dining room and enjoy a selection of the finest pub food showcased at it’s very best.

  • hiSbe Food Store

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    hiSbe Food is an independent supermarket that is founded on a social enterprise model that puts happiness before profits. Because every time people buy food and groceries, they’re voting for what they want to see more of. So when customers shop at hiSbe, they’re voting for how a supermarket should be – and they’re using their money for good; to spread the principles of fair, responsible and sustainable trading. Instead of maximising short-term profit, like big supermarkets, hiSbe pay and charge what’s fair. Employees get above the living wage, suppliers get a good deal and prices are set so customers pay a fair price for well-sourced goods. hiSbe sells everyday food, but not the big brands. They prioritise local products and work with suppliers and wholesalers who care about health, sustainability and trading fairly. They compete with the big supermarkets by creating a happy shopping experience, charging fair prices and demonstrating their values in everything they do.

  • Wimbledon Farmers’ Market

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    What’s special about this farmers’ market? Wimbledon is a firmly established family friendly farmers’ market with a lovely range of produce and very engaging, knowledgeable stall holders. Look out for Grange Nurseries seasonal cut flowers, Galileo Farm organic meat and poultry, seasonal game, goats’ milk and cheese from Ellie’s dairy, and a huge range of fruit and vegetables from Perry Court Farm, Wild Country Organics, Chegworth Valley and Ted’s Veg. Time Out award winner 2016 & 2018 Wimbledon farmers market Favourite Stall Winner 2018: Hand Picked Shelllfish Established: May 2000 Opening times: Every Saturday 9am-1pm Nearest cash point: Arthur Road Co-op and Sainsburys Durnsford Rd Card payments: Some stallholders accept card payments and offer cash back. Parking: On street parking Other info: Please note that not all stalls attend weekly. Don’t miss Durnsford Recreation Ground just behind the market. Great for the kids to let off steam before or after you shop. The school request that dogs are left by the school entrance. About LFM London Farmers’ Markets opened its first market in 1999 In Islington, the first pioneering farmers’ market in the capital. Currently around 200 farmers and food producers sell at over 20 weekly farmers’ markets. www.lfm.org.uk

  • Westminster Bridge Farmers’ Market

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    What’s special about this farmers’ market? A farmers market lunch market for Westminster at St Thomas’s Hospital Gardens, entrance just off of Westminster Bridge. Lots of hot lunch options including wood fired pizza, curries, dosas, noodles, pasta, pulled pork and much much more all based upon seasonal, high welfare ingredients. Relax by the river in your lunchtime and take in the views of the Palace of Westminster. Favourite Stall winner 2018: Napoli on the Road Established: September 2017 Opening times: Every Thursday 10am-3pm Nearest cash point: Nat West inside the hospital & HSBC Westminster Station Card payments: Some stall holders accept card payments, ask at market Other info: Please note that not all stalls attend weekly. Access from Westminster Bridge; No smoking on site. About LFM London Farmers’ Markets opened its first market in 1999 In Islington, the first pioneering farmers’ market in the capital. Currently around 200 farmers and food producers sell at over 20 weekly farmers’ markets. www.lfm.org.uk

  • West Hampstead Farmers’ Market

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    What’s special about this farmers’ market? West Hampstead Farmers’ Market brings you fresh Essex coast fish, free range and organic meat and poultry and dairy and coffee from Brinkworth Dairy. In season we have fresh game, Pippins Orchard Essex apples, asparagus and cherries. Look out for regulars Manor Farm and Eden Farm veg, Wild Country organics seasonal veg and leaves, and Millets Farm juice. There’s hot food for breakfast and lunch, seasonal herbs and flowers and very friendly, knowledgeable stall holders. Favourite Stall Winner 2018: Pippins Orchard Established: September 2012 Opening times: Every Saturday 10am-2pm Nearest cash point: By the Thameslink Station entrance Card payments: Some stallholders accept card payments Parking: Limited, on street and the 02 centre Car Park. With so many train stations to choose from train or walking is easiest. Other info: Please note that not all stalls attend weekly. The market takes place in a public space so well behaved friendly dogs are welcomed. About LFM London Farmers’ Markets opened its first market in 1999 In Islington, the first pioneering farmers’ market in the capital. Currently around 200 farmers and food producers sell at over 20 weekly farmers’ markets. www.lfm.org.uk

  • Walthamstow Farmers’ Market

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    What’s special about this farmers’ market? 10 years old in 2017, Walthamstow farmers’ market fills the top of the high street on Sunday with the freshest farm produce from friendly stalls. Customers love Brambletye’s biodynamic eggs, juice and veg, Happy Cow’s unpasteurised milk and cream, fresh game in season from Gilly Kiddy, Picks Organics meat and poultry (and breakfast rolls), fresh veg from Ted’s Veg and Wild Country Organics, local honey, artisan bread, locally made fresh pasta by Seriously Italian and much more. Time Out Love London Awards: runner up favourite shop Walthamstow Farmers Market 2018 Favourite Stall Winner 2018: Happy Cow Farm Established: September 2007 Opening times: Every Sunday 10am-2pm Nearest cash point: Natwest on town square Card payments: Some stallholders accept card payments Parking: Some on surrounding streets or pay and display car parks Other info: Please note that not all stalls attend weekly. Right in the heart of the town centre near all the shops and cafes. The market is held on a public site and well behaved dogs are welcome. About LFM London Farmers’ Markets opened its first market in 1999 In Islington, the first pioneering farmers’ market in the capital. Currently around 200 farmers and food producers sell at over 20 weekly farmers’ markets. www.lfm.org.uk

  • Twickenham Farmers’ Market

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    What’s special about this farmers’ market? Twickenham has a wonderful community atmosphere, as befits one of our longest established farmers’ markets. Shoppers not only get to catch up with their friends and neighbours, the stall holders are old friends too. Some of the stars of the market include Grant at Lee House Farm for his organic eggs and meat, March House Farm rare breed meat, unpasteurised milk and cream (and beef) from Midgham Farm, great vegetables from Manor Farm, free range poultry from Laycroft, and much more. Favourite Stall Winner 2018: Garys Fish Established: November 2000 Opening times: Every Saturday 9am-1pm Nearest cash point: TSB King Street Card payments: Some stallholders accept card payments, or give cash back. Parking: Holly Road car park Other info: Please note that not all stalls attend weekly. Conveniently situated right behind King Street and Marks and Spencers. This is a public car park and well behaved dogs are welcome. About LFM London Farmers’ Markets opened its first market in 1999 In Islington, the first pioneering farmers’ market in the capital. Currently around 200 farmers and food producers sell at over 20 weekly farmers’ markets. www.lfm.org.uk

  • Swiss Cottage Farmers’ Market

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    What’s special about this farmers’ market? Our first midweek farmers’ market and a great destination for a top up of meat, fish, vegetables, fruit, bread, eggs, raw milk and more, with a boost of hot food at lunch time. Customers love March House Farm’s free range meat, fresh day boat fish from Channel Fish, tomatoes in season from The Tomato Stall, vegetables from Ted’s Veg and Wild Country Organics and much more. Favourite Stall winner 2018: March House Farm Established: September 1999 Opening times: Every Wednesday 10am-3pm Nearest cash point: In Swiss Cottage tube station Card payments: Some stallholders accept card payments Parking: 02 Centre car park or on street Winchester Rd, Adamson Rd & Fellows Rd Other info: Please note that not all stalls attend weekly. Find us next to the Hampstead Theatre and leisure centre there is plenty to do around the market.This is a street market and well behaved dogs are welcome. About LFM London Farmers’ Markets opened its first market in 1999 In Islington, the first pioneering farmers’ market in the capital. Currently around 200 farmers and food producers sell at over 20 weekly farmers’ markets. www.lfm.org.uk

  • South Kensington (Tuesdays) Farmers’ Market

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    What’s special about this farmers’ market? South Kensington has a lovely location, by Queens Lawn and Queens Tower on the Imperial College campus 5 minutes from The Science Museum. It’s open to everyone and is an oasis of calm for lunch; everything on the market either comes straight from the farm or uses local, sustainable ingredients. Lots of choices for meat eaters, vegetarians and vegans. Top up your shop with fresh vegetables, bread, fruit, juice and more. NEWS We’re moving to Princes Gardens for 6 weeks, from next Tuesday 18th September until the 23rd October. Same times, same stalls. Please spread the word and see you there, it’s just across the road from the regular site. 2018 Favourite Stall Award winner: Mumbai Mix Established: September 2013 Opening times: Every Tuesday 9am-2pm Nearest cash point: Inside the Sherfield Building Card payments: Some stallholders accept card payments Other info: Please note that not all stalls attend weekly. Open to the public and students. The market sometimes moves to Princes Gardens, off Exhibition Road SW7. Keep an eye on the market Facebook page to check. If we’re not at Queens Lawn come and find us here! About LFM London Farmers’ Markets opened its first market in 1999 In Islington, the first pioneering farmers’ market in the capital. Currently around 200 farmers and food producers

  • South Kensington (Saturdays) Farmers’ Market

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    What’s special about this farmers’ market? Bute St is a lovely little street 5 minutes from South Ken tube. It’s full of great food shops and on Saturday the farmers’ market comes to town. Get there early if you want fresh south coast fish or shellfish from Christchurch Fish. Grab a free range sausage sandwich from The Parsons Nose, pick vegetables from Teds Veg, Perry Court Farm and Wild Country Organics. Look out for game in season, organic eggs from Rookery Farm, free range meat from Beatbush Farm, Fosse Meadows free range poultry and delicious bread, cakes and pastries from Olivier’s Bakery, Miriam’s Munchies and Artisan Foods. Favourite Stall winner 2018: Rookery Farm Established: June 2009 Opening times: Every Saturday 9am-2pm Nearest cash point: South Kensington tube station and surrounding banks Card payments: Some stallholders accept card payments, do ask at market Other info: Please note that not all stalls attend weekly. Don’t miss the lovely ice cream shop in Bute Street. Tie in a visit to one of the museums. This is a street market, so well behaved dogs are very welcome. About LFM London Farmers’ Markets opened its first market in 1999 In Islington, the first pioneering farmers’ market in the capital. Currently around 200 farmers and food producers sell at over 20 weekly farmers’ markets. www.lfm.org.uk

  • Queens Park Farmers’ Market

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    What’s special about this farmers’ market? Queens Park is busy, bustling and always full of families and children who love the farmers’ market as much as their parents. The market attracts attention for its range of stalls. Check out David and Jane Barkers’ superb range of biodynamic Norfolk grown veg, Chads dairy & coffee stall and March House Farm for their free range meat. The Garlic Farm always have a queue for their garlic dumplings, as does Fosse Meadows for their free range chickens, Eden Farms and Wild Country Organics for their organic vegetables and Brambletye for their biodynamic eggs, juice and vegetables. Look out for lots of seasonal specials and guest stalls from asparagus and cherries to pickles, farmed trout and birch sap. Time Out Love London Awards; runner up favourite shop, Queens Park Farmers Market 2018 Favourite Stall winner 2018: Brinkworth Dairy Established: September 2005 Opening times: Every Sunday 10am-2pm Nearest cash point: Cash points at Salusbury Road Post Office and Sainsburys Card payments: Some stallholders accept card payments Parking: On street parking Salusbury Road and surround streets Other info: Please note that not all stalls attend weekly. Over 40 stalls and space to sit. The school have requested no smoking and that dogs are left outside. About LFM London Farmers’ Markets opened its fi

  • Pimlico Road Farmers’ Market

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    What’s special about this farmers’ market? Under the gaze of Mozart’s statue on leafy Orange (or Mozart) Square, Pimlico is a lovely location for a farmers’ market. Plenty of space to sit and soak in the atmosphere before buying apples and juice, fresh pasta, free range eggs, meat & poultry, seasonal game, day boat fish and shellfish, artisan bread & cheeses, and seasonal specials from asparagus to cherries. Time Out Love London Awards winner Favourite Stall winner 2018: Moreton Mushrooms Market events coming up: Wild garlic in April, Strawberries in May, peas in June, cherries in July, apples and plums from August, corn in September, game in October, root veg in November, turkeys and geese in December! Established: June 2002 Opening times: Every Saturday 9am-1pm Nearest cash point: Newsagents on Pimlico Road, Natwest Elizabeth Street and Sloane Square by station Card payments: Some stallholders accept card payments Parking: Some on street parking available on surrounding streets Other info: Please note that not all stalls attend weekly. A picturesque market in a leafy square. This is a public space so well behaved dogs are very welcome. About LFM London Farmers’ Markets opened its first market in 1999 In Islington, the first pioneering farmers’ market in the capital. Currently around 200 farmers and food producers sell at over

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