Blackheath Farmers’ Market

Address:

Blackheath Station Car Park, Blackheath, London, SE3 9LA

Featured stalls:

Happy Bees

Raw honey straight from hive to jar, created by ethically treated bees according to Romanian beekeeping traditions. Their hives are in Essex and their honey can give medicinal benefits as well as hayfever relief.


Isle of Wight Tomatoes

Deliciously sweet tomatoes grown pesticide free and other tomato based products such as sauces and condiments grown right in England, and all waste from growing is composted.

Nut Knowle Farm

Offering handmade cheeses from as Sussex dairy, they offer a range of vegetarian, pasteurised goat's milk cheeses to suit all palettes. Due to the goat milk content, they offer health benefits as an alternative to cow's milk cheeses.

Lord Pesto

Seasonal, fresh interpretation of Italian pasta and sauces which use local ingredients and suppliers. They experiment with new recipes seasonally, so often have new products.

Wild Country Organics

Run by Dr Adrian Izzard, who pioneered growing organic vegetables in glasshouses without heating. In the summer, they produce organic tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, aubergines, leafy veg, herbs and salad leaves. In winter it’s rocket, pak choi, celery, mustard greens, various herbs; coriander, sorrel, parsley, land cress, etc.


A car park turns into a hive of community activity. Customers at Blackheath are on first name terms with their favourite farmers. Look out for raw milk, Norfolk caught brown shrimps, local honey, and seasonal specials including Kentish asparagus in spring and cherries in July.

Featured on BBC's The Farmers' Country Showdown and a Times Out Love London award winner, the market offers 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, and turkeys in December.


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Opened since:

September 2000

Hours:

Sunday 10am - 2pm