Notting Hill Farmers’ Market
Notting Hill Farmers' Market has been running since September 1999, and has a dedicated following of eager market shoppers. It is one of the area's best kept secrets, tucked away behind the tube, and locals want to keep it that way.
Many farmers who attend now have permanent spaces for them reserved in Notting Hill fridges and larders, including Olive Farm, with their fresh milk, cream, yoghurt and cheese from their herd of Guernsey cows. Fruit grower David Deme stall is now such a part of the local fabric of the area that he's opened a shop next to the market!
This market takes place in a public car park and therefore well behaved dogs are very welcome.
Market events coming up:
Last market of 2016; Thursday 22nd December 9am-12pm. First market of 2017; Saturday 7th January
Some farms accept credit cards, please do ask.
Thank you for voting for your favourite stall at market; the 2016 winner is Hurdlebrook Dairy
For updates on the Notting Hill Farmers' Market, see the dedicated Facebook page.
Produce available at Notting Hill:
Click on an icon to narrow down producers.
Producers selling at Notting Hill. 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.