Balham Market

Hildreth Street Market - the new Balham Fresh Food Market will become a weekly Sunday market on 4th December 2011

Hildreth Street Market in Balham
Creole Cooking from Yam the Cassaver at Hildreth Street Market

Following much local support from residents and visitors to the market, Hildreth Street Market is to become a WEEKLY food market from Sunday 4th December 2011

Hildreth Street Market already has a great collection of artisan producers trading regularly - come December the market will expand to include more produce stalls making it a genuine shopping destination for all South Londoners whilst also supporting the local community.

The Market will be launched for the Christmas season providing scrumptious foods for your Christmas table such as cheeses, breads, roast chickens, seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables, fresh and rare cold meats, ciders, handmade sausage rolls, cupcakes and Italian olive oils as well as fantastic Christmas gifts from craft makers across London including our topographical photographer Neil Williams plus many more...

The food and drink traders have been sourced from all over London and include Garlic Wood Farm serving hot and cold produce from their traditional and rare-breed livestock direct from their farm; fresh organic British fruits and veg from Ash Green Organics; hot hog roast pigs from Rainha Santa; artisan freshly baked breads from Olivier’s Bakery; ethically sourced world wines from D Vine Wine; authentic Creole cooking from Yam the Cassava handmade Italian chocolates from Baruzzo plus a number of Borough Market favourites such as Comptoir Gourmand (patisserie), Une Normande and Gastronomica (French and Italian cheesemongers) - all providing exceptionally excellent food and drink!

Following on from the success of Venn Street Market in Clapham, Hildreth Street Market has been launched to provide all Balham and South London residents with a fantastic fresh food market.

Come and taste the fantastic produce, meet the producers and find out how your food is produced and where it's from. Both markets aim to encourage flower, plant and food production, better reflect the seasonal nature of food and plants, reduce produce mileage and packaging and support the local economy.

Hildreth Street Market / Balham / London SW12


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