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2014
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Hackney markets celebrate National Love Your Market Fortnight

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With its wealth of bustling markets, Hackney is the place to celebrate national, Love Your Market Fortnight, May 14 to 28.

Hackney’s vast array of popular street markets offer shoppers a huge variety of goods, from fresh food to vintage clothes.

Each of the borough’s markets has a distinctive atmosphere, ranging from Ridley Road’s international flavour, Broadway Market’s chic, and Hoxton Street’s traditional fare.

They offer residents and visitors alike a unique opportunity to sample Hackney’s vibrant multicultural character as well as the chance to support local businesses.

 Broadway Market

The market, located at the Southern end of London Fields Park, takes place every Saturday and draws big crowds locally as well as from all around London.

With more than 100 stalls, Broadway Market’s mix of tastes and cultures includes a very popular farmer’s market; street food; crafts; organic and Fairtrade products; and original clothing, and has made it a jewel in Hackney’s crown for attracting visitors, and a very different, highly individual rival to Borough Market.

Address: Broadway Market, off Lansdowne Drive, London Fields.

Time: Saturday only: 10 am to 5pm.

Chatsworth Road Market

Residents from the local community restarted Chatsworth Road Market in 2010, it is the Borough's only Sunday market and is located in the northern part of Hackney. The market has a range of stalls that include street food, art, clothing, homewares and produce that attract a very local crowd.

Address: Dunlace Road and Blurton Road in Lower Clapton,

Time: Sunday 11am to 4pm.

Ridley Road Market

By far the busiest market in the Borough, Ridley Road Market operates 6 days a week and is located in Dalston. The Market offers local residents a huge array of commodities, the most popular being fresh Fruit and Vegtables as well as homewares, electronics, clothing and more recently street food

Address: Dalston town centre, opposite Dalston Kingsland Train Station and beside Kingsland Shopping Centre.

Time Monday to Thursday 8am to 6pm; Friday and Saturday 8am to 6pm.

Hoxton Street Market

Hoxton Street Market is Hackney's most historic market, dating back to 1687. The market has a distinctly 'east end' feel to it with the majority of stalls selling clothing but a new wave of young street food and antiques stalls have started trading in recent months capitalising on the development of the surrounding area.

Address: Hoxton Street, near Old Street, Shoreditch.

Tine: Monday to Saturday. 10am - 4pm

Kingsland Waste Market 

Sells household items, ornaments, hardware, tools, clothes and household parts.

Address: Kingsland Waste on Kingsland High Street.

Time: Saturdays. 11am - 3pm.

In addition to the above council regulated markets, there is also the popular Stoke Newington Farmers’ Market.

Stoke Newington Farmers' Market

Buy direct from small sustainable farmers and growers at our weekly farmers’ market, just up the road from Dalston. All our farmers are either organic or bio-dynamic.

Address: West Hackney Recreation Ground, Evering Road, behind St Paul's Church, Stoke Newington High Street.

Time: Every Saturday, 10am to 2.30pm. From Saturday 29 April, the market will be held in the West Hackney Recreation Ground, Evering Road, N16 7QA for four weeks. (Just behind St Paul's Church, Stoke Newington High Street.)

Photo shows bakery stall, Chatsworth Market.

 

 

Our markets play a fantastic role in supporting the local economy and bring our local community together.

The markets’ diverse characteristics also represent the dynamic and rich diversity of our borough.
Tom McCourt, Hackney Council's Assistant Director of Public Realm