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Kew Village Community Market A bustling monthly community market

Kew Village Community Market has it all and visit could bee similar to Le Marche in France. with an excellent array of food stalls. Once a month the village streets are closed to traffic (except for local residents to access their properties) and become a bustling market of over 40 stalls, all from independent traders. Most are food-related and attend regularly, whereas the arts and crafts stalls rotate month by month.

Head to Kew Gardens station to find the colourful array of stalls selling everything from artisan bread and cheeses, the freshest meat, fish and game, deli delights and sweet treats to the best local crafts.

Once a month the village streets are closed to traffic (except for local residents to access their properties) and become a bustling market of over 40 stalls, all from independent traders. Most are food-related and attend regularly, whereas the arts and crafts stalls rotate month by month. To help you plan your shopping in advance, a week before each market you can find a list of the month’s stalls and their seasonal produce. And if you’re interested running your own stall, apply here.

The Kew Village Market is run by the community – all the organisers are volunteers and live in the area – for the community, and one of its most important aims is to help local good causes. All the profits made by the Kew Village Market Committee are donated to charity; thanks to the support of residents and stallholders,  since the market was launched cheques totalling  around £25,000 have been given to neighbourhood charities.  To find out more, or perhaps to nominate a worthy cause, see our Charity page.

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