We are a market with a difference. Firstly we are run by the community for the community so there is always a stall or two that focus’ on raising funds for local good causes and building awareness on important issues. These stalls usually have an element of entertainment and or freebies.
Then of course we have 15 regular stall holders who provide high quality farmers market produce such as fresh veg, meats and savouries, deli foods, honey, cheese, breads, sweet treats, chutneys and sauces. Most of these stallholders have been successfully trading with us since we started back in 2012.
Then we like to surprise our visitors by offering 3 or 4 more stalls that include unlikely farmers market items such as a book stall, handmade crafts, vintage goods, hats, candles and skincare.
The Stallholders at our market are an essential ingredient to the success of the Market and we value their hard work and commitment to the New Malden community.
Vasso’s Kouzina make homemade Greek tzatziki, taramosalata and houmous locally, using Yiayia Vasso’s time-honoured recipes handed down to us through the generations.
We will also be selling a range of Vasso’s other Greek delights – her popular spanakopita (spinach and cheese pie) and baklava (pistachio and walnut pastry) will be making special guest appearances; as well as our recently published recipe book ‘Secrets from Yiayia’s Greek Kitchen’ – a wonderful collection of 30 traditional and modern Greek meze, soup and dip recipes.
A local independent family fruiterer and greengrocers business trading since 1962. Renowned for the quality of their seasonal produce and excellent friendly customer service being the key to their business success. They bring their welcoming atmosphere of their Surbiton shop to New Malden.
Real Butchers is a family run business, based in New Malden, Surrey, with a proud 30 year history. Started by husband and wife duo Roland and Anne Head back in 1983 the meat is genuine additive-free, high welfare and from high quality livestock, this involves more labour, space and food to make the product perfect. In addition their renowned pie counter is well known locally over the years for the variety of products and, most importantly, the high quality, all home made! You can also hire a hog roast machine from them to, you can try before you buy at the market – first Saturday of the month.
Shenaz from Lt cakes is a master cake maker based in New Malden serving South West London and Surrey. They produce a wide variety of cakes including for special occasions such as weddings, birthdays, christenings and for corporate events.
All the cakes are hand made and use the finest ingredients.
Celtic Bakers, from Northwest London, are an organic bakery with a formidable reputation for producing products which keep as purely as possible to organic principles whilst tasting incredible. They produce a fantastic range of breads and savouries, all hand-baked the same day by their crack team of expert artisan breadmakers. Their levains and sourdoughs are second to none and they have built up a die-hard following after many years of attending farmers’ New Malden Farmers Market come rain or shine.
Barbara has made New Malden her new home. She makes her food with love and generosity. Her Polish Kebabs are warm, spicy, healthy and comforting. They make a great winter lunch. Well worth popping by for.
Award winning cheese from the Gould family who have been making Cheddar Cheese for the past 50 years using milk from their own Friesian dairy herd.
Alongside the traditional Cheddar they now make Cheddar cheese with added flavourings such as Chilli’s, Garlics and a variety of herbs. The cheese is made from their own unique recipe handed down over the generations and is matured at set temperature conditions for anything up to 2 years to give it its unique flavour.
Sarah designs and hand-makes unique hats, cocktail hats and fascinators in her New Malden studio. You are welcome to try on hats or chat about your requirements.
Our local bee farmer and honey producer; Hayden Sallah started out as a hobbyist in 2012 and now knows everything there is to know about bees. Hayden is hugely passionate about bees and is always happy to talk to customers about his numerous hives and caring for the bees. “Bees eat the honey they make so you have to leave some back for them, especially in the winter when they can’t collect pollen.”The consistency, colour and taste of honey all depends on the pollen the bees bring back to the hive” You can really taste the difference in this honey compared to mass produced supermarket honey. http://www.surreycomet.co.uk/news/13465085.display/
Julia’s Bakes, a range of cookies and muffins, both savoury and sweet, with gluten free choices as well!