Stalls booked for Kew Village Market on Sunday 6th November

We’ve got 6 more stalls this month, a total of 25.  Combined with the shops that’ll be open in Station Parade that’s around 35 places to visit for your food and gifts.

  • Ashtead Fisheries – Run by John and Carole who have over 30 years experience in the fish trade, they offer the finest quality fish and shellfish with a knowledgable service and if your really lucky the occasional smile!
  • Igor Occhiali – Locally produced home baked bread.
  • Holly Berry – Handmade in Kew Studios, lighting, printed textiles, cushions, tea towels, wall art and lavender bags.
  • Nutty Lady  – Handmade (in Kew) spicy caramelised nuts in a range of sizes and snack bags, sweet & spicy – delicious, nutritious!
  • Curry Gardens – Made in Sandycombe Road, Indian snacks and sweets with vegetarian options.
  • Real Ale – A selection of great British Real ales including some from the latest London based craft brewers.
  • Selina Rayner – A handmade range of fabric animal designs on canvas for children.
  • Simon’s Free Range Eggs – Free range eggs and honey from his farm in Surrey.
  • Hilde & Lisa – Hand-knitted (in Kew) baby clothing, crochet work, baby blankets and accessories.
  • Norbiton Fine Cheeses – A delicious range of British cheeses and preserves, they sold out last month so they’ll be bring more this time!
  • Sonya & Sarah –   Jewellery,  pieces are individually designed and handmade using semi-precious stones and sterling silver
  • Ardenrun Farm – Lamb and Rose Veal, traditionally reared in Surrey.  We’ve had some great feedback about their lamb.
  • Sugar Maddy Cakes – Cakes, tarts and patisserie products, home-made in Kew.
  • Flax Farm – Fresh linseed, cold-pressed linseed oil, breakfast cereals and flaxjacks (including Gluten free) from flax grown in Surrey.
  • Noggin Farm – Free range, outdoor reared pork, bacon and sausages.  Get there early for their fantastic sausages.
  • Beech Hill Farm – Traditionally grown fruit and vegetables.  Chat to Chris about the all rare varieties that he grows for their taste.
  • Ozden Dora – Local Milliner, Ozden draws on inspiration from nature and cultures from across the globe.
  • Local Kew Charity Stall – Kew Community Trust with secondhand books and warming soup.
  • Becky Harris Jewellery – Handmade jewellery for children and adults.
  • The Original Maids of Honour – Cakes, meat pies, quiches, sausage rolls, and a range of pasties, all baked in Kew.
  • Belles BonBons – Traditional sweets in jars and handmade fresh fudge.
  • Yummishes – Home-made cupcakes.
  • Richmond Hill Deli – a range of their own cooked pates and deli produce.
  • Linda & Tracey-Jane – Jams & Chutneys handmade in Kew.
  • Kew Village Market stall – here you’ll be able to meet some of the organisers of the market and pick up information about the different charities in Kew.  All the profits raised by the Kew Village Market committee will be given to local charities.  We’ll also have survey forms available, so come along and let us know what you like about the market and how you think we can improve it in the future.

Please note that stalls may be subject to change.

 

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