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Deptford Market & Douglas Way Street Market, Bric a Brac & Secondhand Goods

Developers have big ambitions for Deptford in South East London. Could it be the new Shoreditch of South East London? It’s certainly making the right moves. It has a cool-cat “scene,” lots of great bars and places to eat as well as a budding artistic community. Little Nans is a popular drinking & eating hole as is The London Particular. You’ll also find Vinyl record shop and cafe who have recently departed the bright lights of Camden & Soho to be in Deptford. It’s a great time to visit Deptford and there’s lots to explore.

Deptford Market itself is still keeping it real. It’s a traditional street market with lots of fresh produce, fruit & veg, fish, multi-cultural food, haberdashery, clothing, shoes and fashion items, fabric, curtains and household items. The most popular and by far the best part of Deptford Market is the Bric-a-Brac  and Secondhand market on Douglas Way, which can be found at the end of Deptford High Street. Great for a rummage and you can even find the odd bargain. Both markets are open every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 9am-6pm.