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Eye on London - London's Markets

  • Monday November 7th 2016
  • Food and Drink

Greenwich Market

London from the inside Monday 7th - Sunday 13th November 2016

Take advantage of November’s darker days and early nights, when the pace of life seems to slow down before cranking up again for Christmas and parties. Have long weekend walks and explore local markets before skulking back into your house at dusk to whip up a culinary storm with your purchases and watch the box.


Get out and find some of the best produce and products that London has to offer. Now’s the thinking persons time to start Christmas shopping, especially if you’re planning on doing anything homemade.


Alexandra Palace Farmers MarketMuswell Hill, Sundays 10am - 3pm

Balham Farmers MarketSaturdays 9am - 1pm

Blackheath Farmers MarketSundays 10am - 2pm

Bloomsbury Farmers MarketThursdays 9am - 2pm

Brick Lane MarketSundays

Borough Marketfull market Wednesday - Saturday, limited Monday - Tuesday 10am - 5pm

Brockley MarketSaturdays 10am - 2pm

Brook Green MarketSaturdays 10am - 3pm

Camberwell Sunday MarketSundays 6.30am - 12.30pm

Camden Lock Marketeveryday 10am - late

Chatsworth Road MarketSundays 11am - 4pm

Columbia Road Flower MarketSundays 8am - 3pm

Crystal Palace Food MarketSaturdays 10am - 3pm

Dulwich Village Farmers MarketSaturdays 10am - 2pm

Ealing Farmers MarketSaturdays 9am - 1pm

Earls Court Farmers MarketSundays 10am - 2pm

Greenwich MarketTuesday - Sunday 10am - 5.30pm

Greenwich Vintage MarketTuesdays and Thursday - Sunday, 8am - 6pm (last Friday of the month also 7pm - 11pm)  

Greenwich Clocktower MarketSaturdays and Sundays, 10am - 5pm

Herne Hill MarketSundays 10am - 4pm

Highgate Hill Farmers MarketSundays 10am - 2pm

Islington Farmers MarketSundays 10am - 2pm

Leather Lane MarketMonday - Friday 10am - 2.30pm

London Bridge Farmers MarketTuesdays 9am - 2pm

Maltby Street MarketSaturdays 9am - 4pm, Sundays 11am - 4pm

Marylebone Farmers MarketSundays 10am - 2pm

Notting Hill Farmers MarketSaturdays 9am - 1pm

Northcote Road MarketMonday - Saturday 10am - 6pm

Old Spitalfields Marketeveryday (stalls vary), 10am - 5pm

Parliament Hill Farmers MarketSaturdays 10am - 2pm

Peckham Farmers MarketSundays 9am - 1pm  

Parsons Green Farmers MarketSundays 10am - 2pm

Pimlico Road Farmers MarketSaturdays 9am - 1pm

Portobello Roadevery day for limited market, full market Saturday (times vary for food, fashion, antiques, etc.)

Queens Park Farmers Market,  Sundays 10am - 2pm

Smithfield MarketMonday - Friday 2am - 7am

Southbank Centre Food MarketFriday - Sunday and bank holidays, 12pm - 8pm (6pm Sundays and bank holidays)

South Kensington Farmers MarketTuesdays and Saturdays 9am - 2pm

Swiss Cottage Farmers MarketWednesdays 10am - 3pm

Tottenham Green MarketSundays 11am - 4pm

Twickenham Farmers MarketSaturdays 9am - 1pm

Walthamstow Farmers MarketSundays 10am - 2pm

West Hampstead Farmers MarketSaturdays 10am - 2pm

West Hill Farmers MarketSundays 10am - 2pm

Whitechapel MarketMonday - Saturdays 9am - 6pm

Wimbledon Park Farmers MarketSaturdays 9am - 1pm



New on telly in November…

  • The Crown - available now on Netflix
  • Planet Earth II - BBC1, Sundays, 8pm
  • High-Rise - available on Amazon Prime, 18th November



This week don’t miss...



There are 32 capsules on The Coca-Cola London Eye, representing the 32 London boroughs, so each week we explore a different London borough.


Some of the best walking in London has to be along the Thames. Start at the Thames Barrier and see how far you can get (do it in stages). The first logical stage is the Thames Barrier to Greenwich. Get to the Barrier by travelling to Charlton station and it’s about ¾ mile from there. The walk to Greenwich is just over 4 miles, going past The O2 and Canary Wharf. Leave early enough to spend some time looking around Maritime Greenwich when you get there - including The Old Royal Naval Hospital and the Cutty Sark - and for refuelling and relaxing of course.


Best places for refuelling and relaxing in Greenwich (and they all begin with G!)...
  • Fish and chips: Golden Chippy
  • Pub: The Gipsy Moth
  • Cinema: Greenwich Picturehouse
  • Restaurant: Green Pea
  • Markets: See list above for the three main Greenwich markets


ON THIS DAY… 12th November 1984

It’s announced that the pound note is out and the pound coin is in!


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