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Visit the fantastic Duck Pond Markets in London

At the Market

Read why you should visit Duck Pond Markets.

Looking to visit Duck Pond Markets in London?

At Duck Pond we really love our planet—we love the animals and humans living on it too and we are really very keen on helping to make it last for our own and our childrens’ lifetimes and way way way beyond. This is why, since we launched in 2008, we have made certain that only products that are ethically, locally or sustainably made, sourced or produced, are being sold at our markets.

You can be sure that everything you buy at Duck Pond Market comes from ‘a good place’. Duck Pond Market combines the magic of a festival with interesting arts, crafts and homewares. There is food for now and food for later. We are local, sustainable and ethical—and you will always find us in a beautiful setting: come and see!

Visit Duck Pond Markets in London

They have loads to choose from! How about…

Richmond Artisan Market

Richmond Artisan Market is tucked in the the elegant Heron Square, between Hill Street, Bridge Street and the riverside in the heart of London’s Richmond. It takes place every weekend, so there are lots of chances to catch this fantastic event!

Chalfont Village Market

Fancy a picturesque market? Chalfont Village Market, in the beautiful village of Chalfont St Giles, is small but mighty, and is always packed full of fantastic food and craft traders who share Duck Pond’s local, ethical and sustainable ethos. There is even a duck pond just across from the market! 

Chiswick House & Gardens Artisan Market

This monthly market in Chiswick is stuffed full of the most magnificent local, ethical, sustainable and independent businesses, bringing you a better way to do your weekend shopping! Get out into the great outdoors and enjoy some fresh air, whilst shopping from small businesses who really appreciate every purchase you make. 

There is great coffee from the cafe, street food, plants, food, gifts and crafts. Every market will be a little different, making sure there is always something new to discover. Click here for full details.

Hammersmith & Fulham Reach Artisan Market

This market has an excellent venue, with canal boats and rowers in the river outside, ducks, seagulls and more – click here for full market details! It’s held at The Riverside Studios, which were rebuilt recently but are steeped in history, located next to Hammersmith Bridge and the conservation area once favoured by the Arts & Crafts movement. You can even stay for a film at this venue – there’s a comfortable cafe and bar, and you’ll find an art exhibition in the foyer too!

Expect to find street food, coffee, and plenty of unique, ethical, sustainable and local traders selling fantastic crafts and food products at this market.

Duck Pond Market at Lauderdale House, Highgate

Duck Pond Market at Lauderdale House, Highgate, provides a selection of local stallholders offering crafts, food, gifts, vintage wares, homewares, clothing and more, from local food producers and ethical businesses. The beautiful 15th century Lauderdale House is at the south end of Highgate High Street, set in gorgeous Waterlow Park. Next door is the famous Highgate Cemetery, which is also worth a stroll through!

Markets in Ruislip

Duck Pond offer two fab markets in Ruislip; Ruislip Foodie Market and Ruislip Artisan Market.

Both held at Manor Farm, this excellent venue is a conservation and heritage site which is also near to the end of the Metropolitan, Piccadilly and Central tube lines, making it easy to access via public transport too.

Find other markets in London

London is home to many brilliant markets, as well as the lovely Duck Pond ones. Take a look at these…

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