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Tomorrow's market newsletter

29th October, 10-2:30 SG school
Perth rd opposite the fullback

Hi everyone,

Here’s this week’s list, including a great new stall from far away and over the Muswell hill. Adam makes his Artizan Fudge in over thirty flavours. his range including the traditional, the unusual, the buttery and the vegan, all with a creamy texture quite different to the crumbly Scottish tablet we sometimes see.

This is one of Tyler Cotton’s last weeks at the market this year: producing on such a small scale with his unusual, ultra-natural methods mean that he very soon won’t have a large enough range to sustain a weekly market stall. He plans to return next spring but for now let’s all relish his outstanding veggies, and remember: tops are tasty!

Meanwhile we’re gearing up for Harvest Festival on October 6th. For more info about this special event please check - and with any particular questions you can of course email us. One thing to make very clear is that the more input we have from all of you loyal customers the better all round. Anybody is welcome to get involved by running a stall, helping with the raffle, sniping at traffic wardens (there’s an Arsenal game that day)…or simply by turning up with friends and family with even more market spirit than usual.

More on that next week. In the meantime, see you on Sunday!


New/Guest Stall

Artisan Fudge (hand-made in Muswell Hill)


Islington Honey (from two hives in N5)

Shumei Natural Agriculture (organic veg and other natural products)

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)

Stroud Green Good Life (raw & organic dairy produce, eggs, cider vinegar, Italian olive oil, honey, juice)

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

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

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

Une Normande a Londres (French cheese and regional specialities)

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

The Koji Fermentaria (traditional Japanese street food)

Hot Food

Pachara (healthy Thai fast food, locally sourced)

The Koji Fermentaria (traditional Japanese street food)

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

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


Kaffee Culture (London coffee roasters and baristas)

Brevevita (natural wines from East-central Italy)

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

Twisted Kombucha (sweet/sour, infused with local botanicals)

Plants, skincare, crafts, bikes etc

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

Echo Leaf Print (home made scarves and cushions hand printed with plant-based dyes)

Planet Pallet (furniture and household objects hand made from reclaimed timber)

London Bike Studio (bike service & advice)


Golden T (fresh hot tea, iced tea, & loose-leaf teas by weight)

Sabine Gerth (hand-made leather accessories)

Innoscents Candles (hand made from 100% soy wax)

Fooska (fresh Bangladeshi street food)

Floris Bakery (Sweet & savoury free-from bakery)

Back soon

Chok Shop (fresh rice noodles with Cambodian curried soups) next week

Grumpy’s Peanut Butter (home-made, very fresh) next week

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

Holy Pizza (Neapolitan-style, fresh & hot) next week

East London Honey (with home-made honey granola & preserves) next week

Timothy Charge Honey (from Tottenham marshes and Upshire) next week

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

Luke’s cider (with cans, draft and sparling perry) next week

Creperie Dellys (authentic sweet/savoury Breton crepes) back home for family reasons: keep checking here

Beerblefish (small North London brewery with traditional values) late October

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