Farmers’ Markets – Buy Local

Buying local food that is in season is a good way to reduce your carbon footprint, avoid plastic packaging, support local businesses, and pick up all sorts of tasty treats. It’s also a great way to kick off your Saturday or Sunday mornings! There are a number of different markets taking place around the borough. More details below.

West Ealing Farmers Market – Every Saturday

Open every Saturday rain or shine. Fresh food, fresh air. West Ealing Farmers’ Market is a well-established farmers’ market with lots of regulars who know their stall holders by name. Expect to find raw milk, fresh fish from the Dorset coast, heritage apples from Essex, Isle of Wight tomatoes, and much more.

You can expect root veg in January, wild garlic in March, asparagus and strawberries in May, peas in June, cherries in July, apples and plums from August, corn in September, game in October, celery in November, turkeys in December!

Please bring your own bags and food containers to market to save using new plastic. Help us to REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE.

Our best loved stalls (as voted for by customers include), Boarstall Meat and Celtic Bakery, and The Pie Stall.

More details here.

Gunnersbury Park Farmers Market – Every Sunday

Come along to Gunnersbury Park’s Farmers’ Market each Sunday. Run by RMS Markets, you’ll find everything you could want from a farmers’ markets with top quality, fish, meat, artisan bread, cheese, fruit and veg. That’s not it! Every first Sunday of the month they’ll be joined by artisan craft traders.Find it in the field next to the car park!

More details here.

10 Steps for a Greener Ealing

We are what we eat! Don’t miss Step 4 of our 10 Steps for a Greener Ealing here.

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