Want to buy milk direct from the farm to ensure farmers receive a fair price? Dairy farmers are at most of our markets. Here's our magnificent seven.
Please note that these dates are a guide; producers may be absent from markets. Please contact us if you would like more information.
Hurdlebrook Dairy bring their unpasteurised milk, cream, butter, yogurts and other products to;
Notting Hill Farmers' Market every Saturday
Islington Farmers' Market on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month
Marylebone Farmers' Market on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month
Hook and Son bring organic, unpasteuirsed milk, cream, ghee and other dairy products to Bloomsbury Farmers Market every Thursday.
FW Read and Son (Lincolnshire Poachers) - Bring their unpasteurised milk on the 4th Saturday and Sunday of the month to;
Ealing Farmers Market
Islington Farmers Market
Notting Hill Farmers Market
Marylebone Farmers Market
Pimlico Farmers Market
Queens Park Farmers Market
Ellie's Dairy Bring unpasteurised goats' milk to;
Balham 2nd & 5th Saturdays
Blackheath 1st Sunday
Ealing 3rd Saturday
Marylebone 4th Sunday
Notting Hill 4th Saturday
Parsons Green 3rd & 5th Sundays
Twickenham 4th Saturday
West Hampstead 1st Saturday
Wimbledon 3rd Saturday
Redlays Dairy Douglas Partners- Bring unpasteurised and pasteurised Ayrshire cows' milk to Blackheath Farmers' Market every Sunday
Brinkworth Dairy - bring delicious pasteurised (but unhomogenised) milk to Queen's Park, Ealing and West Hampstead Farmers' Markets weekly, and to Marylebone on the 2nd & 4th Sunday of each month. They also make delicious hot drinks from the milk, to warm up market shoppers through the winter months.
Midgham Farm bring unpasteurised milk and cream plus farm raised veal and beef to Parliament Hill every Saturday and West Hill every Sunday
High Street Kensington now has it's very own farmers market every Sunday
Not just apples! Pears, plums, damsons, gages...
All of our weekend markets are open every week, apart from Ladbroke Grove.
Good news for North West London!
If you're on our email list you'll have noticed we've been asking you to bring your egg boxes back to market to be refilled. Here's why.