Did you know that Saturday 22nd April was raw milk appreciation day?
Come and talk to the wonderful dairy men and women who make
unpasteurised cheeses, butter, cream and bring them, and raw milk, to
our markets every week.
Please note that these dates are a guide; producers may be
absent from markets. Please contact us if you would like more
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, raw butter and other dairy products to Bloomsbury Farmers Market every Thursday.
Happy Cow Farm bring their raw milk and cream to Walthamstow every week.
FW Read and Son (Lincolnshire Poachers) - Bring their unpasteurised milk, butter and range of cheeses 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 and her range of cheese to;
Balham 2nd & 5th Saturdays
Blackheath 1st Sunday
Ealing 3rd Saturday
Notting Hill 4th Saturday
South Kensington 1st Saturday
Twickenham 4th Saturday
West Hampstead 1st Saturday
Wimbledon 3rd Saturday
Midgham Farm bring unpasteurised milk and cream plus farm raised veal and beef to Balham, Parliament Hill, Twickenham and Ealing every Saturday and Earls Court every Sunday.
Whitelake cheese sell their exceptional range of unpasteurised goats cheeses at Queens Park on the 2nd and 4th Sunday every month.
Don't forget we also have the delicious Brinkworth Dairy - bringing pasteurised (but unhomogenised) milk, cream, cheese, butter, yogurt and ice cream in season to Queen's Park and West Hampstead farmers market weekly.
And Bradfields Farm pasteurised milk, cream, creme fraiche, cheese and more to Blackheath, Wimbledon and Pimlico every week
It’s the season! Cherries are back at our farmers markets.
It's plastic free July as if you didn't know!
We deserve a sunny weekend barbecue.
Market hours are returning to their regular times from this weekend
It's official, we're open every Friday and we can't wait to see you all.