What’s special about this farmers' market?
UPDATE 16th November
Notting Hill farmers market remains open every Saturday during our 2nd lockdown. As providers of essential food and drink we're open every week with measures in place to keep you safe. No panic buying necessary there's plenty of food for everyone and lots of lovely farmers, producers and fishermen to support!
Shopping outdoors is safer, but it is very important that we operate responsibly and follow our COVID SECURE plan. As we move through the next 3 weeks of lockdown please ensure you continue to observe the Government guidance to help keep everyone safe;
Keep 2m from others in queues, whilst shopping, and walking around the market. It's easy to forget if you're reaching across to take something from a stall.
Wear a face covering if possible
To help make shopping easier for everyone:
Shop quickly, shop alone ( if you can ) and follow our teams' instructions especially in relation to entry and exits and any one way systems.
You may be asked to queue if the market is busy.
Thank you for your cooperation and your continued support throughout this difficult time.
Hidden away behind Waterstones and Newcombe House, Notting Hill farmers' market is one of W11’s best kept secrets. Local people are there before 9am queuing patiently for our fishermen to serve them at 9am! This is a market where it’s best to arrive early before the best of the bunch sells out. Unpasteurised milk and cream from Hurdlebrook. Fresh herbs & salads from Nigel’s Lettuces and Lovage. The freshest fruit and vegetables direct from Perry Court Farm, Ted's Veg and Chegworth Valley. Cultivated & wild mushrooms, fresh pasta & pestos, asparagus in May, cherries in July. Don’t forget to pick up a bunch of seasonal flowers from Grange Nursery and a jar of local honey from Bee Friendly.
We're open every Saturday rain or shine
Favourite Stall winner 2020
Runners up; Hurdlebrook and Karaway Bakery
Winner; Nigels Lettuces and Lovage
Root veg in January, wild garlic in March, asparagus and strawberries in May, peas in June, cherries in July, apples and plums from August, corn in September, game in October, celery in November, turkeys in December!
Please bring your own bags and food containers to market to save using new plastic. Help us to REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE