Ealing Farmers’ Market
For four hours every Saturday 9am -1pm, Leeland Road in Ealing is closed to traffic and transformed into a bustling marketplace where fresh farm produce is the order of the day.
Look out for Ixhill Farm's stall, which sells everything from the farm's top-quality beef and lamb to farm-shot rook and squirrel! Also, it's worth looking out for Malcolm Stone's heritage apples, which are now almost an institution - he grows everything from Egremont Russets to the illustriously named Peasgood Nonsuch.
This market takes place on a street and therefore well behaved dogs are welcome.
Market events coming up:
Punch and Judy Saturday 2nd July two shows so you can watch, then shop. Or vice-versa.
Saturday 16th July; Kids get cooking. At market from about 9.15am- 12pm. Three sessions, market lemonade, seasonal crumble, and a market salsa. All free to attend. First come, first served. And, bring us something you'd made yourselves to win a prize! Local food writer Catherine Phipps is joining us to judge.
CASH BACK; available from Manor Farm. Some farms accept cards, please do ask.
Thank you for voting for your favourite stall at market; the 2016 winner is...Ixhill Farm
For updates on the Ealing Farmers' Market, see the dedicated Facebook page.
Produce available at Ealing:
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Producers selling at Ealing. Most attend weekly:
The above list is only a guide. Some stalls may take a week off without notice, please contact the farms directly if you are making a special journey.