Growing Communities Farmers' Market
Wake up early this Saturday and take a stroll down to this sustainable farmer's market, right on the border of Dalston and Stokey. Every farmer at this market has been certified as either organic or bio-dynamic, which will be music to the ear of those with a healthy green conscience. Grab your weekly bulk of fruit and veggies here and not only will you enjoy the fresh taste of quality produce, but you will also help support small sustainable farms and farmers around London - it's an all-round win.
Tickets: Free Entry
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Sweet organic grocery shop with wooden crates and bouquets on the ceiling. Swing by here and pick up your fresh veg and what have you, or better yet park up out front and enjoy a coffee. All bread comes locally from The Spence Bakery down the road in Stoke Newington, while coffee beans come from trusty roasters All Press.
Brixton Farmers' Market
Although some might think eating fresh, organic produce at affordable prices is nothing but a distant dream, Brixton's Sunday market is all about making this a reality. Bulk out your cupboards and stack your fridges with fresh fruit and vegetables, fresh fish, seasonal game, juice, cheese, eggs and cream - don't forget to treat yourself to some pretty flowers whilst you're at it.
Come inside and see where the magic happens. Climpson & Sons (you may already know their sister venue on Broadway market) have opened their roastery under the arches for weekday coffee drinking and a peek behind the scenes of a roastery in action. As well as premium coffee, they serve a breakfast and lunch menu using produce from local businesses.
Princess May Car Boot Sale
Expect a crowd full of cool cats and vintage hunters at this boot sale in Stoke Newington. Plenty of retro garms and valuables that might brighten up that wardrobe of yours. £3 entry and if you're expecting to walk away with something you actually wanna wear, get there early.