There's a New Festival in Town...

We are excited to announce two additional festivals to our jam-packed season this summer. 

Brand new this year is 'The Ends', an exciting music and food festival coming to Croydon. The weekender will take place inside south London's Lloyd Park, inviting thousands of music lovers each day to revel in its line-up that includes hip-hop, reggae and more.


The Ends
Friday 31st May - Sunday 2nd June
Lloyd's Park, Croydon

Organised in partnership with Metropolis Music, The Ends Festival promises to combine music and food into an exhilarating weekend in the heart of the borough.
What we are looking for: food, coffee and soft drinks. No bars or retail. 


Creamfields Hospitality Area
Thursday 22nd - Sunday 25th August
Daresbury, Cheshire

Join us in the Creamfield's Hospitality area. An area where Gold campers can come and relax, dance, drink, eat and shop away from the arena crowds.
What we are looking for: street food, coffee, boutique bars and retail. 

For all trading opportunities & to register interest for 2019 events CLICK HERE

2018 Highlights

What a year it has been!

It’s safe to say we’ve been a little busy at EMDM HQ this year! We’ve travelled the country up and down to bring the very best craft, street food and produce traders to the UK’s best festivals; launched a new weekly market in South East London; made neon pink and yellow hi-vis the hottest fashion trend during the summer heatwave and doubled the size of our all-female team. There’s been long days, there’s been long nights but all is forgotten when you love what you do and Alexa plays ’Toto’s Africa’.

We’ve pulled together just a few highlights from 2018… Here’s to an even more jam-packed 2019!

Ealing Artisan Market –

Our weekly market in Dickens Yard has grown week on week and we have the lovely local community of Ealing to thank for! We’ve seen presenter Angelica Bell and resident school, Christ the Saviour turn on the amazing Christmas lights and welcomed incredible traders selling all sorts of wonderful goods from Japanese baked ‘pans’ to digital illustrations every Saturday. We were particularly honoured to support the national campaign, Small Business Saturday on 1st December!

“It was so uplifting to see so many small and local businesses trading at Ealing Artisan Market on Small Business Saturday as well as locals spending time in the market and supporting these small businesses.” - Kate C on Small Business Saturday

Ealing Christmas Market –

The iconic wooden cabins returned! It’s not Christmas in Ealing without them, is it? This year’s market welcomed another great line-up of independent businesses plus regular appearances by Santa and local choirs.

“ As an Ealing resident, it’s been great to see so many fantastic independent brands in the heart of Ealing Shopping Centre and giving them the opportunity to reach thousands of customers every day. ” - Vicki on Ealing Christmas Market

Deptford Bites –

Launched in April, Deptford Bites has welcomed some of London’s best street food vendors with the likes of Sub Cult, Krapow and Biff’s Jack Shack all trading at Deptford Market Yard. We’ve seen the market ‘trending’ thanks to mac and cheese waffle cones and creme brûlée crepes - did you try one?

“Deptford Bites has been an absolute joy to work on - we’ve celebrated the Royal Wedding, World Gin Day, Deptford Pride, London Design Festival and our Christmas market with an emphasis on craft traders was the perfect way to wrap up the year !” – Tabara on Deptford Bites at Christmas

Festivals galore –

Curating specially selected traders for The Great Escape, Knebworth Winter Festival, Creamfields and Lytham amongst others, it’s been a whirlwind of great food and awesome craft. We even had the honour of working on Wilderness Festival this year for the first time, too!

“Half way through the build at Wilderness I was looking down a line of traders and saw the best in the business, one name after another. That was a ‘stop in your tracks’ moment. It’s important to pause every now and then, to actually take in what you’ve built and remember why you do/love your job.” Director Kate McKenzie on Wilderness 2018

Events –

We Love Cheese! This was the return of the one-day sensation, with 30+ stalls dedicated to the cheesy comfort food. We even made it to see Britney herself, as we curated the street food for her ‘Piece Of Me tour’ – a 90s throwback the whole team got on board with. After Dark at Chiswick House has been another adventure for us this year, as we brought some of the best street food to West London for you all to feast on after an illuminated journey through the glorious grounds.

“This year was my first full season with Eat Me Drink Me, it was non-stop but so great to be able to visit beautiful parts of the country and try incredible food from all over the world from our amazing street food traders.” – Ellie on the festival season this summer

“I love the sense of achievement when you get the balance just right. When the client and the traders are happy - it’s an incredible feeling!” Alex on the event season

Last but not least…

Our retail baby, The Wonderland Collective popped up all over London this year and the response has been amazing. We can’t wait to see where this will go next year!

“We’ve been working on a website for the past few months and I’m really looking forward to its launch and to continue to expand our customer reach with more pop-ups and events” – Raman Glazier on the Wonderland Collective


We hope you’re just as excited as us for what 2019 will bring!

“Being given responsibility for the Feast and Banquets at Wilderness was huge for me. I couldn’t be happier to be working with so many incredible chefs next year (no spoilers!) -Kate McKenzie

So, from all of us, we wish you a very Merry Christmas, and a wonderful New Year!

The Eat Me Drink Me Team

Do you want to join our team? We’re currently hiring, so check in here to see if there’s something for you!

Another epic event to add to your calendar!

We are excited to announce that Camp Bestival has been added to our exciting roster of events for 2019!

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This multi-award winning festival has a uniquely wide demographic, appealing to many especially those with children looking for a magical weekend away. We require family-friendly retailers, street food, soft drink and coffee traders to get involved. 

Don't miss out on the opportunity to be part of this fantastic 'festi-holiday'. Applications are now live... what are you waiting for?

About Camp Bestival

Dates: 25th - 28th July 2019
Location: Lulworth Castle, Dorset
Looking for: Street food, soft drinks, artisan coffee and retailers

Street food, soft drinks and artisan coffee: We are searching for the best family friendly menus, so if you think you can offer something new or traditional to Camp Bestival's tasty line up, APPLY HERE

Retailers: There are opportunities for festival retailers from a variety of categories to showcase their gorgeous products to Camp Bestival's all encompassing guests. So if you sell creative and unique products suitable for all ages, APPLY HERE.

For all trading opportunities & to register interest for 2019 events CLICK HERE

Get all your Christmas sorted in one fell swoop – it’s the last 2 weeks of Ealing Artisan!

You’ve heard the phrase a thousand times before, and even amongst the hustle and bustle and lights and snow and snowmen and shopping... It really can be the most wonderful time of the year.

Yet if you’re the host, there’s no denying it can get a little overwhelming. To help unwrap the stress and keep your merry spirits high, we’ve curated the very best of Ealing’s producers and makers and brought them all to one place, so you can get everything you need in one go.

Read on to see who will be there and when, so you can plan your perfect party.

Food and produce

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Cheeky Food Co.

15th December.

Handmade, Vegan, Gluten-Free sprinkles, chutneys and Indian pickles.

Delicious additions to finger food dipping bowls.


Feudo San Lorenzo

15th December.

Exquisite Sicilian olive oils. Perfect to jazz up your roasted veggies or drizzle over Boxing Day leftovers.

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Bakhtar Fresh Food

15th and 22nd December

Fresh olives, samosas, onion bhajis and Turkish sweets. Stock up for your pre-Christmas parties and get togethers.

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Old Chapel Fudge

15th December

Fudge! And lots of it.

Great for after dinner when you need something sweet, but also great gifts in a variety of flavours.

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Gu Choki Pan

15th December

Japanese bakery. Get in there quick for this one! These incredible pans sell out fast.

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15th and 22nd December

Artisan breads, cakes and pastries. Cheese boards need delicious breads, and this is the place to get them! These guys know their bakes.

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Big Wheel Cheese

15th and 22nd December

Artisan cheese from farm to market to go with your bread, (and wine) of course!

Look out for their truffle pecorino!

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Artisan Drinks

22nd December

Award-winning, small batch gins sourced from craft distillers. You’ve got to get your tipples from somewhere, right?!

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Fabulous Drinks Company

15th December

Fab Drinks, the home of Santa Cruz liqueurs. Something delicious to mix with your spirits and make amazing cocktails, of course!

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For Chocolate’s Sake

15th and 22nd December

All things chocolate. It’s chocolate, and it’s stunning. Need we say more?


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Bunchilia Floral Design

15th December

Handmade floral accessories. Need a Christmas wreath still? You’ll find one here.

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Pindo Rama

15th December

Celebrating Brazil and its beauties. Visit these guys to bring a little summer to the season. Find prints, t-shirts, bespoke colouring books and more.

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Tendre Deal

15th December

Children’s boutique for kids aged 0-12 years.

Expect to find French brands, children’s clothing, accessories and toys.

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Byrne Candles

15th December and 22nd December

Natural blended wax candles created with pure, natural ingredients. Christmas gifts, winter warmers and all-round cosy creators.

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22nd December

Face, body and bath products with essential oils. Gift sets make amazing presents, for someone who needs a little pamper.

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Watercolour LouLou

15th and 22nd December

Cheerful, bright watercolour illustrations of curious and everyday objects, people and places.

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Ted & Bessie

15th and 22nd December

Luxuriously soft, ethical & sustainable knitted & woven goods.

Made with fleece from their herd of UK bred alpacas.

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Wassail & Balter

15th December

A creative collaboration between two sisters. Pop by to get your fill of amazing art pieces, illustrations, Christmas cards and pom pom baubles!

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Tribeca Studios

15th December

Fitness studio based in Ealing. Why give the gift of fitness?! Talk to the team to learn more on their wide range of classes.

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Sidi Bou

15th and 22nd December

Traditional and custom made Tunisian art, ceramics, plates, cups, tajines among other things. Make a statement on your Christmas table this year!

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Hector Powe

22nd December

Founded in 1908, Re-Launched in 2018. Luxury Men's Accessories. Perfect the men in your life that enjoy fine dressing.


Bertram London

22nd December

Handpicked high quality, beautiful leather handbags, versatile and gorgeous.

Ealing Artisan info:

Dickens Yard, Ealing W5

11am - 4pm, Saturday 15th and Saturday 22nd December

Google Digital Garage stops at Deptford Market Yard for Small Business Saturday

Google Digital Garage offering face-to-face digital skills coaching to small businesses and market traders is stopping at Deptford Market Yard on Saturday 1st December to coincide with Small Business Saturday.


Coinciding with Small Business Saturday, Google Digital Garage - the converted double decker that has trained over 300,000 people and visited over 250 locations across the UK is stopping at Deptford Market Yard this Saturday. 

From 8.30am-4pm, small businesses and market traders can come and learn how to harness the power of the internet to grow their business, learn more about the internet, or develop new vocational skills. 

The schedule is as follows:

10:00-11:00: Social Media Strategy

12:00-13:00 Build a Digital Marketing Plan

2:00-3:00: Know your business with Data

All-day one to one mentoring session


Support local this Christmas at Small Business Saturday

Get ready Ealing!

On the 1st of December, your local Ealing Artisan market will be supporting the national campaign, Small Business Saturday, with a whole host of small independents for you to shop from. Find all the gifts you need, whilst supporting smaller, local brands. It all makes such a difference to shop this way, and we’re proud to be supporting some of our West London artisans and makers.

To give you a little idea of what’s instore, we’ve put together a Christmas gift guide to take some of the pressure off.

See you there?

For Him

Does he love a pint or two? A frequent pub dweller? Ealing based illustrator/designer Charlotte Berridge has just the thing. Her unique prints pay homage to West London, her ‘Pubs’ series would make a great feature in his kitchen or living room.

Charlotte covers Ealing, Chiswick, Richmond, Kew, Acton, Hanwell and Brentford.

Or does he fancy himself to be quite the chef? Visit Feudo San Lorenzo for some incredible, high quality olive oils, perfect to jazz up even the simplest of meals. Their chemical free olive trees are grown in the Sicilian countryside, and, once oils, are blended with the finest flavours; chilli, lemon, rosemary and truffle, as well as the original olive oil itself.

*Top tip* - Drizzle some rosemary oil on your roast potatoes for a knock out Christmas lunch!

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For Her.

Ladies love a little luxury from time to time, and Jennifer Cattlin knows just how to add a little glamour to any evening look. She makes incredible fascinators that are an art piece in their own right. Perfect for Ascot, weddings and so much more.

Or if you fancy getting something a little smaller, but no less luxury, pop by Ali & for handmade jewellery. Sterling silver, gemstones and pearls all make an appearance here, so you’re sure to find a gift she’ll love.

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For them.

The smell of coffee in the morning, in our opinion, just cannot be beaten. So why not gift a bag of delicious, roasted coffee to a friend or couple? Curious Roo, born from Edwin and Magda whilst they lived in Uganda, will be on hand for just that. (p.s. they’ll be serving hot, steaming cups, too!)

Or go and see Aimee Hocking, her textiles and photography will brighten up anyone’s home. She’s based in West London and even her cushions are filled with 100% British wool.

Lastly, the creative collaboration Wassail and Balter will be setting up shop offering some of their incredible art works, illustrations and small gifts. We love the ‘Love and Lust’ series for a romantic and humorous gift.

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For the little ones.

Don’t worry, there’s always something to keep the little ones occupied. Make It Ealing will be hosting a craft area on the day, so you can let them explore their creativity whilst decorating some Christmas cards and festive goodies! If you need any presents for younger girls, Rebeca Buttons will be there with some seriously cute earrings, too.

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Market times; 11am-4pm

Location; Dickens Yard, Ealing W5

Christmas Celebrations at Dickens Yard

Head down to Elizabeth Square, Dickens Yard this Saturday for a day of festive fun as a spectacular Christmas tree is unveiled and Christmas lights are switched on by the children from Christ the Saviour’s School at 5pm.


Ealing Artisan Market, will be celebrating with extended opening hours - 11am to 6pm - and plenty of festive treats, drinks, live music and local crafts to get your Christmas shopping started! 


Charity will be at the heart of the day with Councillor Kumar holding a silent auction of heritage Ealing street signs to support Ealing Soup Kitchen and Ealing PastorsMe Time pop up choir performing who offer fun and support for those on maternity leave with young babies and bauble decorating with proceeds going to local charity - The Log Cabin.


  • Mulled wine and cider, mince pies - festive treats

  • Auction of restored, heritage Ealing street signs by Cllr Kumar @ 2pm

  • Local choir -  Me Time Pop Up choir - perform at 4:20pm

  • Free, festive kids' face painting from 2pm

  • Kids' craft corner with bauble decorating all day

  • The Hanwell Ukulele Group performing their Christmas set from 3:30pm

  • Children from Christ the Saviour School will be switching the lights on the Christmas tree 

Ealing Artisan Market is running from 11am to 6pm on Saturday 24 November at Elizabeth Square, Dickens Yard

After Dark at Chiswick House

Looking for something different to do with your evenings? Head to After Dark at Chiswick House & Gardens for dazzling light installations, festive workshops and delicious street food and drinks.


Launching tonight, the stunning 18th Century Chiswick House and Gardens has been transformed into an event like no other. 

World-renowned lighting designer and illumination artist Nick Gray – who’s designed lighting for Kasabian, Sub Focus and Mulberry just to name a few – has curated a 45-minute trail to bespoke music, flooding contemporary light through the gardens and bringing the historic backdrop of the venue to life.


Sip on a hot apple juice or a Bailey’s hot chocolate whilst you look out for art installations from up-and-coming artist Finn Thomson or take part in a screen printing or decorate your own baubles workshop.

And if you’re feeling hungry, we’ve got you covered! We’ve selected some of London’s very best street food to make sure there’s a taste to suit all the family. Enjoy steamy, oozing cheese toasties from The Cheese Truck, or grab a taste of Mexico by visiting Taco Dave (because Tacos aren’t just for Tuesdays, right?). Or go and see the team at The Duck Shed, they whip up burgers, wraps and salad boxes – and trust us, they have a vegan ‘duck’ dish that will fool even the meatiest carnivores. Finish off the evening with Love Churros, because, who doesn’t love churros?


This is a modern take on festive with no Santa in sight, the perfect setting to experience something new this winter.

Tickets are on sale now via and prices start at just £8.50.
There’s also a chance to WIN four tickets over on our Instagram page, click here to enter!

Win A Free Stall at Ealing Artisan Market

Coinciding with Small Business Business Saturday, we are offering one small business the opportunity to win a free stall at Ealing Artisan Market at Elizabeth Square, Dickens Yard on Saturday 1st December 2018.


Supporting local businesses is a core ethos of Eat Me Drink Me and on Saturday 1st December, Ealing Artisan Market will be supporting Small Business Saturday - a national campaign aimed at encouraging people to shop locally and to support their local economy on one of the busiest shopping days of the year, the first Saturday in December.

Expect seasonal ingredients, live music and mulled wine to sip while you shop from local makers and designers plus the unique opportunity for one small business to trade for free!

Are you a small business? All you have to do is submit your entry form by Friday 23 November. 

The winner will be selected by our panel of experts and invited to trade at the market on Saturday 1st December 2018 market between 11am and 4pm.

Click here to submit your entry form!

Good luck!

All hail the veggies, it's World Vegan Month!

Whether your vegan, veggie or full on carnivore, there’s no denying that veganism is on the rise. Everywhere you look there’s a new vegan menu, a new vegan burger or a new mock meat on the shelves, so this World Vegan Month, why not try something new?


With these delicious options popping up across London and beyond this month, you’ll be spoilt for choice…

Ealing Artisan Market - Elizabeth Square, Dickens Yard, Saturday 11am - 4pm

There’s plenty of choice here to keep you satisfied whilst you peruse the stalls full of crafts and makes by local artisans. From mouth-wateringly decadent brownies from Morish Jems making an appearance each Saturday, to feel good bites to keep you energized from Spoons of Taste, bouncing down on Nov 3rd, there’s surely a sweet to tickle your tooth.

More of a savoury fan? Visit L’Amuse Bouche for a vegan crepe, fully loaded with cherry tomatoes, mushrooms and fresh basil, available on Nov 17th. Or see the guys at Azafran to try their Mexican street food take on the cuisine - they’ll be there Nov 3rd and 10th.

Knebworth Winter Festival - Knebworth House 9th - 11th November

Are you heading to the grand Country House in Hertfordshire next weekend? (Grab your tickets here if you haven’t already!) Then look out for Pieminster’s deep dish goodness, full to the brim of steaming mushrooms and tomatoes in red wine, with onions and thyme to keep you warm whilst you enjoy the festivities. Then go see the guys at Pulled, they’ll have even the meatiest of eaters fooled with their Pulled jackfruit bun!

Vegan doesn’t just mean food. Got a vegan friend to buy a gift for? Stop by Candle Candy for their 100% cruelty free soy wax candles, or Oil & Vinegar for their range of olive oils and Mediterranean flavours.

Deptford Market - Deptford Market Yard - Saturdays 10am - 3pm

South East Londoners rejoice, you can get your stock of seasonal fruit and veg straight from the growers, to you, via Marsh Farm. Rocking the market each week, look out for their homemade jams and chutneys, too! If you’re lucky, you’ll spot the swanky tricycle bar, Off the Wagon - they serve up a vegan beer that’ll ease the chill as winter draws in, or Natural Born Wine’s range of delicious wines.

That’s pretty much your next month’s eats and treats sorted then. Cheers to that!

5 Reasons Why You Should Go To Knebworth Winter Festival

The season for gift giving is fast approaching. The bells are itching to jingle and the mince pies are ready for dusting. So why stress yourself out by battling the high streets when you can head to Knebworth Winter Festival and enjoy a wonderful festive experience? 

From over 150 gift and craft stalls to a food and drink village, here are 5 reasons why Knebworth Winter Festival shouldn’t be missed next week.


To shop - 

From ethically sourced silver jewellery by Cicely Cliff and stationery by Nina Nou to children’s night lights by Lello and organic skincare by BQ London, there’s sure to be a stall with something to suit every one of your loved ones. Karavan Eco will be there with their zero waste products for the planet conscious, and look out to see if Lorenzo the Lobster will make an appearance - Embroidery by KG Design’s sparkly little friend…

Even the furry and the winged in your life will be satisfied, as Feathers and Paws will be showcasing their range of products for both pets and pet lovers alike. 

Enchanting gifts from BQ London,  Stolen Form ,  Basil & Ford ,  Lello ,  Stencil Up  and  Hopping Hare Candles .

Enchanting gifts from BQ London, Stolen Form, Basil & Ford, Lello, Stencil Up and Hopping Hare Candles.

To eat -

Do we even need to say more?! Food glorious food. Steaming hot pies from Pieminster, fluffy Belgian waffles covered in spiced mulled wine apples from Panache. L’Ombrello will be there, spinning their delicious pizzas with oozing cheese and steaming toppings… Should we go on? No matter what your dietary needs are, rest assured there’ll be gluten free, vegetarian and vegan options galore and plenty of festive treats to keep you full.

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Tuck in to Toasty Badger

To drink - 

Aprés ski bar? Yes. Please. 

Snuggle up around open log fires whilst you sip on cocktails, mulled wine and local craft beers. When you need a break from all of the shopping and eating, this is the place to go! Relax, take a breath and enjoy a moment of magic with every sip.

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Stay warm with knitwear from Ted & Bessie

To laugh and learn - 

As part of the Knebworth Winter Festival, on the 9th and 10th of November prepare to giggle yourself silly at the Knebworth Comedy event. Some of the UK’s freshest names with be donning the stage to perform live - big names such as Greg Davies and Rhod Gilbert to name but two.

There’ll be a chance to learn new skills, get insider knowledge from the likes of Dave Broom, a renowned whisky expert, celebrity chefs, visit masterclasses and, of course, an appearance from Knebworth’s very own Bjorn the polar bear!


To be enchanted - 

It’s Christmas time after all, and to round off all of that eating and shopping and laughing and merriment, Knebworth will play host to their very own Enchanted Garden. Let the little ones get lost in the maze as their eyes fill with joy at the realisation that Father Christmas and his grotto await at the end….

What could be better?

Start packing up that car…

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Ealing Artisan Market returns

This October welcomes the return of Ealing Artisan Market, Ealing’s weekly, Saturday market featuring artisan food producers, designers, makers and street food traders from west London and beyond.

Launching on Saturday 6th October at Elizabeth Square, Dickens Yard with local favourites Handmade in Ealing and Charlotte Berridge, regulars on the street food scene Thelo and Muffin Man plus all your fresh produce and speciality food needs covered!

Putting the community at the heart of the market, a charity stall will be made available each week to local organisations. Sustainability will also play a key part of the market with all traders using sustainable materials and packaging.

Ealing Artisan Market will also play host to a Small Business Saturday Market on 1st December; showcasing seasonal ingredients, carols singers and mulled wine to sip while you shop and get you in the festive spirit.

The Wonderland Collective at Deptford Bites

September is almost here and now’s the perfect time to start thinking about getting your home ready for a cosy autumn!

The Wonderland Collective has come to the rescue and is popping up throughout September at Deptford Bites with a selection of delightful products.

Every Saturday, you will find a curated range of products from the likes of Nkuku, Plumb & Ashby, Katie Leamon, Maya Nije and Tessa Galloway with everything from prints, candles, greeting cards, grooming products and jewellery. 

The line-up: 

Saturday 1st September: Plum & Ashby / Love Inc / Little People Big Dreams / Nkuku /Chronicle Books 

Saturday 8th September: Plum & Ashby / Love Inc / Little People Big Dreams / Chronicle Books / Norse Lifestyle / Worry Less Design 

Saturday 15th September: Daniel Clarke Illustrations / Tessa Galloway / Susan Taylor Designs / Victoria Eggs / Old English Co. / Little People Big Dreams / Love Inc 

Saturday 22nd September: Maya Nije / Norse / Chronicle Books / Worry Less Designs / Plum & Ashby / Nkuku 

Saturday 29th September: Plum & Ashby / Love Inc / Little People Big Dreams / Nkuku /Chronicle Books / Tessa Galloway / Worry Less Design