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Stroud Green Market Newsletter For Sunday 26th May

10-2:30, Stroud Green School, Perth Rd N43HB

Dear everyone,

I think we’ve had a different new stall here every week these last two months…this Sunday the rather unique Tovi the Proud are bringing their fabulous creations to Stroud Green. In their words: “We make and sell caramels, nougat, fudge, peanut brittle, honeycomb, coconut ice, lollies, sherbets, etc, all made by hand and with some nice traditional and not-so-traditional flavours. We use Cedars Park honey in our lollies and New River Brewery beer in our brittle, and we are committed to using only natural flavours and colours.“ Personally I can’t wait for a slab of fudge and a coconut ice! and we can join the regulars at Alan Briggs’ butterfly painting workshop afterwards.

Boring but important: it’s been rumoured that the parkland walk (or parts of it) might be closed because of some festival that will get going later in the day. If this does prove to be the case I hope it won’t put you off - Florence road gets you there easy as anything and you’ll be less in danger of cyclists knocking over your shopping. Whatever you do, don’t come in a car: you’ll get ticketed!

The London Bike Studio and Timothy Charge the north London honey man are both returning and there are a couple of interesting craft stalls too. And live music by Aaron Curtis! Have a look below for the full list and see you on Sunday…



Tovi the proud (fudge and other artisan confectionary home-made in Walthamstow)


Dynamic Organics (“biodynamic” veggies & salads from a small Cambridgeshire farm)

Pie Station (meat/sweet pies, sausages rolls, quiches & crumbles)

Perry Court farm (Kentish fruit, veg & juice)

Marsh produce (fresh meat, poultry, game, eggs, cheese & preserves)

Bread by Bike (local sourdough)

Marco’s Italian Cheeses & cured meat (direct from the producers)

Une Normande a Londres (French cheese and regional specialities)

Stroud Green Good Life (raw & organic dairy produce, eggs, cider vinegar)

Shumei Natural Agriculture (fresh veg from their home farm and other products from around the world)

Timothy Charge Honey (from Tottenham marshes and Upshire)


Pie Station (Alan’s hot pies and sausage rolls are legendary!)

Fooska (fresh Bangladeshi street food)

Dinh-Dins Viet Kitchen (Bánh Mì, Summer Rolls & other street staples)

Creperie Dellys (authentic sweet/savoury Breton crepes)


Kaffee Culture (London coffee roasters and baristas)

The big EJB (freshly pressed juice using Perry Court’s fruit & veg)

Luke’s cider (small batch cider & perry by Luke Mccoy & other producers) with his own perry!

Brevevita (natural wines from Marche/Abruzzo)

Golden T (hot tea & herbal tea, including hot chai, & loose-leaf teas by weight)


London Bike Studio (bike service & advice)

Bea Rodgers (English plants, pots, accessories and advice for inside or outside)

Planet Minimal with Fill Refill (zero waste household cleaning products)

Briggs’ Bughouses (“green roof” insect sanctuaries & succulents)

The marbling man (fine hand-marbled pots and art prints)

Aaron Curtis (live blues guitar)


Zeytoon Olive bar (also with fresh feta cheese and hand-made baklava)

Yorwarth’s Fresh Fish (from Martin Y’s 2 inshore boats)

Floris Bakery (Sweet & savoury free-from bakery)


PAO Pickles (kimchi, sauerkraut and hot pickles, hand-made in Hackney) next week

Big Doggs (NYC-style Hot Dog trailer using best quality sausages & home made toppings) next week

The Koji Fermentaria (traditional Japanese ferments & street food) next week

Oddly Beer (brewed with crafty oddity in Tottenham) next week

Holy Pizza (fresh & hot) next week

Pachara (healthy Thai fast food, locally sourced) back in June

Weatherstone remedies (hand-made organic skin care and natural remedies) next week

Maria’s Cakes (including GF & vegan options, pastries & salads too) June 9th

Toastiewala (Indian-inspired toasties and brunch special) 3rd week of the month

Mokaya Brownies (hand made & award-winning using fine dark chocolate) late June
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