Markets in South West London

There’s no extra vibrant solution to store in South West London than by sampling its many markets. For those who take meals critically, total corners of the capital boast their very own farmers’ markets, bringing regionally grown produce to the desk, whereas specialized markets like Columbia Street’s well-known flower market packs a Victorian cobbled road with cut price blooms each Sunday.

London Farmers' Markets

Farmers' markets are different to ordinary food markets because everything on sale has been grown, reared, baked, caught or produced by the seller.

As well as being a source of quality food, farmers' markets are good for the environment. Everything is produced locally, cutting down on food miles. To trade at a London farmers' market, farms must be within 100 miles (160km) of the M25. Make the most of the opportunity to speak to stallholders and find out how the produce is grown. They may even have some handy cooking tips or recipe ideas!


Mum 2 Mum market

mum 2 mum market


SELL your quality second hand baby, children's and maternity clothes, preloved baby equipment or used pram at our nearly new baby and children's market and keep 100% of the proceeds.

BUY nearly new baby and children's clothes, used toys and baby equipment at bargain prices, direct from the previous owner at our live events all over the UK.
It's a great place to buy a secondhand pram, clothes, cot, highchair, toys, books .....anything aimed at babies, children or pregnancy and in great condition



New Covent Garden Market

Flower Market at New Covent Garden Flower Market Rona Wheeldon


New Covent Garden Market is the largest fruit, vegetable and flower market in the UK. We are passionate about food and passionate about flowers and pride ourselves on being the focus for food and flowers in London.
With over 200 businesses, employing over 2,500 people, the Market supplies 40% of fresh fruit & vegetables eaten outside of the home in London and is used by 75% of London florists.
We have a large range of different types of food and flower businesses serving London’s best restaurants, cafés, schools, hospitals, florists and retail markets, amongst others. If you’re looking for the best produce, delivered with the best service then you’ve come to the right place.



Tooting Market

tooting market

Tooting Market hosts a variety of tenants selling fresh foods, ladies and men’s fashion, music, hair and nail salons, arts and crafts, furniture, a food court and hundreds of products to choose from so you’ll be sure to find what you are looking for.


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