Vegetable stall at Ridley Road Market

Markets

HACKNEY has an array of vibrant street markets where you can pick up anything from new and vintage fashion; artisan and world food and drink; furniture; and handicrafts, to the more traditional offer of fresh fruit and veg; household and kitchen ware; and domestic and electrical appliances.

There are six Hackney Council-run or supported markets in the borough at: Broadway Market; Chatsworth Road; Hoxton Street; Kingsland Waste; Ridley Road; and Well Street.

Each have a very diverse offer with Ridley Road being one of the most multi-cultural around, to the other end of the spectrum, and the achingly fashionable Broadway Market, famed as much for its people watching as it produce.

There are also a number of noteworthy independent markets in Hackney, including Stoke Newington Farmers’ Market, the first in the UK to promote only organic and biodynamic producers. And Hackney Homemade, a vintage and farmers’ market held in the churchyard of St John-at-Hackney, in Lower Clapton.

They are all a great way to see the real Hackney and experience the sights, sounds and smells of the East End. As well as picking up some real bargains, you'll be supporting local businesses across the borough.

 

 

Broadway Market

BARROW boys have been welcoming shoppers to Broadway Market in Hackney since the 1890s, selling everything from bacon to beans. Situated between Regent’s Canal and London Fields, there are now around 100 stalls offering organic meat, fruit and vegetables, fresh fish and oysters, bread, cakes, cheese, vintage and designer clothes, health product and crafts.

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Broadway Market

Chatsworth Road Market

SINCE its rejuvenation in 2010, Chatsworth Road Market has been going from strength to strength. This weekly market provides more choice for local residents and is fast becoming a popular place to shop and visit.

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Chatsworth Road Market

Daughter of Jón

DAUGHTER of Jón makes bags, all sorts of them. This Icelandic designer turned Hackney dweller, has created a collection for Chatsworth Road Market featuring bags made of fabrics collected from all kinds of street markets from around the world over the past 10 years.

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Daughter of Jón

Hackney Flea Market

MONTHLY flea market offering Hackney creatives a space to sell their wares in the heart of Stoke Newington Church Street. The market hosts over 20 stalls selling vintage goods from second hand clothes, glass and ceramics, to vinyl and bikes.

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Hackney Flea Market

Hackney Homemade & Vintage Market (Sunday)

SUNDAY traders sell a variety of handmade and vintage goods. These include collectible ceramics, vintage toys and furniture, artisan food, home made herbal creams, handcrafted jewellery and and screen-printed pillowcases.

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Hackney Homemade & Vintage Market (Sunday)

Hackney Homemade Food Market (Saturday)

A WEEKLY market offering ready-to-eat food and stalls selling fruit and veg, meat, bread and cakes. The market takes residence in grade II listed building St John's Church opposite Hackney Central station.

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Hackney Homemade Food Market (Saturday)

Hoxton Street Market

LOCATED in Shoreditch, Hoxton Market's roots date back to 1687. Today, its lively street market sells foods, fashion, footwear and household goods and is at it busiest on Saturdays.

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Hoxton Street Market

Kingsland Waste Market

KINGSLAND Waste started life as a tool market and has been growing ever since. Now every Saturday, as well as tools the market sells household items, ornaments, hardware, car and bike accessories, nearly new clothing and books.

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Kingsland Waste Market

Ridley Road Market

RIDLEY Road is a great place to experience the hustle and bustle of a traditional East End market. At the beginning of the 20th century the area was a centre of the Jewish community.

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Ridley Road Market

Well Street Market

WELL Street Market is famously where, in 1919, before opening his first Tesco, 21-year-old barrow boy Jack Cohen plied his trade to hundreds of customers. The number of market traders has decreased over the years, but plans are afoot to entice more local businesses to take up a pitch.

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Well Street Market

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