There’s a new market in Myatt’s Fields. Every Sunday the Market aims to bring quality food to local people, and celebrate South London’s finest makers and traders while also playing a big role to help sustain the local economy.
Myatt’s Fields and the Loughborough Junction area is a food desert – an area with very few opportunities to experience good quality food. Myatt’s Fields Park Project and local organiser Stephanie Clive are collaborating to help solve this problem
Confirmed stalls include rare breed meats from Ladywell’s Heckstall and Smith, fresh fish from Streatham’s Fish Tale, Brockmans organic and biodynamic fruit and vegetables, cheese and charcuterie from London Smoke and Cure, brownie heaven from The South East Cakery, organic bread from The Old Post Office Bakery, delicious locally made West Indian food, handmade hot filled flatbreads from South London stalwarts Mike and Ollie, 100% vegan Indian fusion from local lads En Root, Lambeth-based craft producers, plants, pots, produce from local growing projects, and more!
The setting for the market is a beautiful Grade-II listed community-run park with a Victorian bandstand.
Across the summer the market’s offering will also include six new businesses who are given a free stall for a six-week period to help them get started with their business.
These are offered to those living in Lambeth and on low income. Each free stall also receives business support during their tenure. There is currently one stall left on this scheme for this summer so email email@example.com if you have an idea!
The market is every Sunday and runs from 10am – 2pm
Come and support your local traders and producers, and try something delicious whilst you’re at it!
Myatt’s Fields Park is situated in between Camberwell, Brixton and Oval – here: https://www.myattsfieldspark.info/visit.html
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Myatt’s Fields Market is run by an independent operator for the community and with support from Myatt’s Fields Park.