Ealing Artisan Market FAQs
What is Ealing Artisan Market?
It is a weekly Saturday market with a range of street food, produce and craft traders. We also host some special events, such as We Love Cheese.
It is separate from Ealing Farmers Market, so you’ll find a different variety of products.
Who is it for?
Anyone and everyone! We will have a variety of stalls with a range of street food, produce and craft. You can buy freshly baked goods, cakes, candles, prints and so much more.
When is it?
Every Saturday, 11am – 4pm
Where is it?
In Elizabeth Square, Dickens Yard right next to Christ Savour Church on the high street.
What are the opening hours?
The market is open from 11am-4pm. Times might vary for special events.
How do I get there?
By train / DLR / Overground
Ealing Broadway Station (5 min)
West Ealing (10 min)
South Ealing (15 min)
There are a range of busses within a close walking distance from Elizabeth Square including
207, 427, 283, E2, E7, E8, E11, N11, N83, N207.
Free parking on neighbouring residential streets including: Mt Park Road, Eaton Rise and Haven Green.
Ealing Council car park (3 mins) - £3 for the day
Spring Bridge Road (4 mins)
Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre (5 mins)
Arden Road (8 mins)
Other parking spaces can be found using: https://www.parkopedia.com/
Is Ealing Artisan Market accessible?
Yes – we are on flat ground.
Can I bring my dog?
Absolutely, we are dog friendly. Please bag any mess they made and either use the bins provided or take it home.
What is the environmental policy at Ealing Artisan Market?
We have a leave no trace policy and are reducing the plastic at the market. We are not completely plastic free, but aim to get there very soon.
Can I use my debit card at Ealing Artisan Market?
Many stalls have card machines and accept debit and credit cards, although some are cash only.
Is Ealing Artisan Market smoke free?
No, as it is a public space. We ask customers to be respectful of where they smoke.
Is there seating available?
We supply lots of tables and chairs for the market, so you can put all your shopping bags down and chill out while you grab a drink and enjoy the amazing street food from our traders.
Does Ealing Artisan Market cover dietary requirements?
A number of street food traders will have a vegetarian or vegan option.
Please check with traders before buying for allergy advice.
Note that Ealing Artisan Market is NOT nut free.
Can I buy and drink alcohol at Ealing Artisan Market?
What else can I do at Ealing Artisan Market?
There’s a range of different activities to do at Ealing Artisan Market and in the neighbouring area. We provide live music each week, which you can sit and enjoy.
London Transport Museum
Oxygen Freejumping Trampoline Park
Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha
You can find more here - https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attractions-g12692256-Activities-Ealing_Greater_London_England.html
Can I get involved in Ealing Artisan Market?
Absolutely, we are always looking for new traders. If you would like to have a stall at the market please click here.
If you are a musician and are interested in busking at the market, please click here.
For any opportunities please contact email@example.com
Is there a way to promote my event at Ealing Artisan Market Market?
We want to promote events and other happenings in Ealing. So we welcome promotion at the market.
They must be approved by the Eat Me Drink Me team before they are distributed at the market. We reserve the right to refuse to promote an event at Ealing Artisan Market.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to have your flyers or leaflets considered.
Do you support any charities or good causes at Ealing Artisan Market?
We offer reduced rates for charities at the Market. Simply apply as a trader here.
I love what you’re doing. How can I promote Ealing Artisan Market?
Thank you for all your support at the market! We love seeing your images from the market, so please use #EalingArtisanMarket and tag @EalingArtisanMarket & @EatMeDrinkMeLDN.
For any other promotions you can contact email@example.com.
How can I hear more about Ealing Artisan Market?
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