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W5 Food Market

2nd Sunday of every month, 11am - 3pm, March - December (excluding August)
Outside Ealing Town Hall

Artisan food producers and sellers

Handpicked selection of artisan food producers & sellers. The pavement in front of Ealing Town Hall comes alive on the 2nd Sunday of every month. Delicious food & drink stalls line up from 11am to offer a varied alternative to the supermarket and food from around the World. Live music, children's craft activities and a pop up bar make it a perfect pit stop for all ages.

Runner up in The Motherhood's Live. Love. Local awards 2016, in the best farmers market category.


Ealing Bites: Bees & Honey

Sunday 9th July
Honey, I love you. And if you love honey, too, then come along to the W5 Food Market where Sara Ward will be talking about bee-keeping and courses for you and the kids at Hen Corner, while new trader Raw Artisan Honey will discuss flavor characteristics of different honeys. Lots of honey to taste and take home.


Hen Corner

Sara Ward of Hen Corner joins us with her bee keeping gear, to demonstrate how bees make honey, and how bee keepers later access it for our enjoyment. Sara will have honey available for tastings and buying, and will have kids' sized bee keepers uniforms on hand. So bring your little ones along to suit up and make like Winnie the Pooh!

Find out more about Hen Corner.

Raw Artisan Honey

Raw Artisan Honey supply a range of raw unprocessed honey, ethically sourced from small producers. They also offer a small range of 100% natural, low sugar, additive free artisan jams, cordials and fresh lemonade with honey. Raw Artisan Honey will discuss characteristics of different honeys and how bee-keepers achieve them. 


Getting there

Outside Ealing Town Hall
Uxbridge Road,
Ealing, W5 2BY

Tube: Ealing Broadway
Rail: Ealing Broadway
Buses: 207, 427, 607, E2, E7, E8, E11

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Featured sellers

Hen Corner

Over recent years Sara Ward and her family have transformed their Victorian terrace house into an urban smallholding, allowing them to have the best ofboth worlds. They are living the good life complete with 20 hens, two colonies of honey bees, a fruitful kitchen garden and a micro bakery which is making 30-40 loaves of bread each Friday along with hundreds of sticky buns, cakes and savoury treats.Whilst Sara and the family continue to expand their hands-on skills, they train and encourage others through their schools programmes and series of courses that are run from Hen Corner throughout the year. Be it jam making, wood carving, bee keeping or bread baking, there’s always something new that we can learn. At the market, Hen Corner will have available a selection of produce from her urban smallholding, possibly including Eggs, Honey, Preserves, Bread, Buns, Cakes & Savoury Treats –and rumour has it she will be accompanied by her hen friends!

Read more in our featured trader article.


Kaffee Culture
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GB Cheesecake

Great British Cheesecake serve . . . cheesecake, obviously! But their flavour offerings are far from expected with Lemon Meringue, Pumpkin, and Sticky Toffee Pudding on offer, or their “From the Tuck Shop” range (Reece’s Pieces Peanut Butter, Oreos, Mars Bars, Twix and Bounty) will also be available. Or choose cheesecake for brunch with their savoury treats: Little English Breakfast, Cheese & Pickle, Ham & Mustard, and Grape & Stilton. 



Desi Baker Boy

Acton-born & Kingston-based home baker, Bupesh is our very own Desi Baker Boy. Inspired by travels across Europe, including Scandinavia, France and Italy, he’ll be bringing that passion for artisan baking to the streets of Ealing with his handmade speciality bread. And he’s a jolly nice chap too –stop by for a chat and pick up your bread fix for the week.





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