Stalls on Sunday 4th March 2012


C & S Stileman – Lamb & Rose Veal – Purveyors of welfare friendly Lamb and Rose Veal from Surrey.

Noggin Farm – Rarebreed Pork – The majority of our pigs are British Lops – the rarest of all the native rare breed pigs.  They are docile pigs producing lean meat of excellent quality and taste.

Winterbourne Game – Game – Ready to eat Game from our shoot in Dorset. The Venison comes from carefully managed wild stock on our land, with 100% traceability of all our products.

Flax Farm – Flax & Linseed products – We cold press linseed oil and produce linseed meal and other delicious linseed-based products in the good old-fashion way.  We are passionate about this wonderful plant and we would like to share with you the best ways to enjoy linseed for its great flavour and amazing health benefits.

A Cena on the Hill – Real food. Different food. Interesting food. Inspired, Created and Cooked in our shop on Richmond Hill.

Curry Gardens – Indian Snacks from a popular local restaurant in Sandycombe Road.

The Butlers Kitchen – Elizabeth Butler from Kew creates her menus using the finest seasonal produce available. As well as selling at the Market, The Butlers Kitchen delivers delicious, home-made meals to your door – whether it’s a treat because it’s Friday night, an informal dinner with friends or a set-piece celebration, you can leave it to us.

Nutty Lady – Caramelised Nuts – Handmade spicy caramelised nuts – a mixture of almonds, walnuts and pecans – no peanuts!  Made in Kew.

Love By Cake – French Pastries – A selection of small french style patisserie cakes from a local pastry Chef.

Copland & Sons / Seasons of Kew – Jams, Relishes and Chutneys – homemade in Kew using locally sourced ingredients whenever possible

Sugar Maddy Cakes – Cakes – Cakes, Tarts & Patisserie products – homemade from Organic/Free Range products and when possible from local sources.

Rubens Bakehouse – Bread – As a Real Bread Campaigner, Igor bakes his artisan bread from his home using mostly organic ingredients, no additives or processing aids and hand shapes each loaf.  He is passionate about producing top quality breads and particularly loves baking the traditional ones, such as the sourdough and cottage loaves, but also bakes Italian style breads (e.g. ciabatta), spelt and gluten free bread varieties. Locally made in Ham.

Beech Hill Farm – Fruit & Veg – Traditionally grown fruit and vegetables.  Chat to Chris about the all rare varieties that he grows for their taste.

Ashtead Fisheries – Fish & Shellfish – With over 30 years experience in the fish trade, John & Carole offer the finest quality fish and shellfish with a knowledgeable service and if you’re really lucky the occasional smile.

Real Ale Ltd – It’s simple really – there are some great bottled beers out there and we think they are really tasty. Featuring some craft beers from London.

The Original Maids of Honour – At The Original Maids of Honour on the Kew Road, we’ve been keeping traditional baking skills alive for over 120 years. And our history dates back even further – to Tudor times and the dainty little cakes we’re named after.

Norbiton Cheese – Cheeses –We only sell Farmhouse and small quantity artisanal cheeses, and we are proud to say that you will not find a single mass produced cheese on this stall. You will, however, find many of your old favourites such as Cheddars, Bries and Blues, but these aren’t your run of the mill cheeses; these are some of the best of their kind, with many winning gold medals and being AOC accredited.

Simon’s Free Range Eggs – Producers of free-range eggs from two flocks of Bovens Goldline hens in Surrey.

Belles BonBons – vintage traditional sweets in jars – lemon sherbets, aniseed balls, jelly beans – and delicious award winning local, handmade fudge in a variety of mouth-watering flavours.

Yummishes – Cupcakes – bespoke and tailored cupcakes and cakes for every occasion and your every desire. Tell us your wishes – size, taste, shape, theme or decoration and we will do our best to meet your needs.

Carolyn Dawson – Homemade Food of an excellent quality made with seasonal produce and a varied and interesting menu.


Louise’s Jewellery – Hand Crafted Jewellery made from pure Silver, Semi Precious Gems and Fresh Water Pearl. I get inspiration from all different walks of life, especially colour and often design pieces based on specific tones and hues. Handmade in Kew.

Charlie Bale Textiles – Local handmade textile goods, cushions, toys, lavender bags.  Everything I sell is handmade making each item unique. Handmade in Kew.

Calico Baby a unique collection of handmade quilts for babies and children, complimented by a range of coordinating, stylish and useful accessories for mums and babies on-the-go. Using the highest quality, specially selected natural fabrics, each piece is lovingly hand-crafted in my studio in Kew.

Hand-knitted by Hilde – A unique, hand-made present to celebrate the birth of a new baby, or to keep your own little one warm and stylish. Wool hats, scarves, mittens or bonnets that wrap around the ears for cold days and Cotton sun hats for the summer sun – all made in Kew.

Sarah & Sonya – Jewellery individually designed and handmade using semi-precious stones and sterling silver. Our jewellery is beautifully packaged and handmade in Kew.

Holly Francesca – Handmade home accessories and gifts- Holly Francesca takes inspiration from the things around her. From this, she creates drawings, which form the key element of her work. These act as a pathway to handmaking interior products. Living in Kew Gardens in Surrey has provided her with lots of botanical inspiration for her current body of work.


Hounslow Animal Welfare Society – Established in 1976, Hounslow Animal Welfare Society rescues and rehomes hundreds of abandoned cats and other domestic animals each year. They will have range of Easter and Mothers’ Day themed items alongside our popular cat and dog lucky dip and lots of other great items for you and your pet.


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