Fresh local produce, sold locally.

Anila’s Authentic Sauces


A family business run by Anila and Dan Vaghela from Walton-on-Thames, Anila’s sauces are based on a traditional family recipe, made from the freshest ingredients in small batches. They are free from artificial colours, additives and preservatives, and are sugar, dairy and gluten free.

The company have been attending Wallington Farmers’ Market since 1999!


Norbury Blue

Started in 2001 by Neil and Michaela, Norbury Blue soon became a cheese noted locally for its distinct taste and flavour which is derived from our closed herd of Fresian cows whom have a rich and diverse diet. They are a small family run company and pride themselves on their handmade artisan product.

Farmers’ and Craft Market at the Sutton and Epsom RFC Family Fun Day – Sunday 30th April 10am-4pm


Our Farmers’ and Craft Market will be at the Sutton and Epsom Rugby Club Family Fun Day, Sunday 30th 10am – 4pm. A fun day out for all the family with bouncy castles, a BBQ and lots of activities. Admission is FREE so join us at Cuddington Court, Rugby Ln, Ewell, Sutton SM2 7NF

Wallington Farmers’ Market Dates


All markets run between 9am-1pm at the Old Town Hall and Library Gardens, Woodcote Road SM6 0NB   2019 dates Saturday 12th January Saturday 9th February Saturday 9th March Saturday 13th April Saturday 11th May Saturday 8th June Saturday 13th July Saturday 10th August Saturday 14th September  Saturday 12th October Saturday 9th November Saturday 14th [...]

Becoming a stallholder

We are particularly interested in stalls that have a clear environmental message (such as solar power companies). If you are interested in attending the Fair as a stall holder, please read more about the Fair and then if you feel your stall will fit, then fill in our enquiry form

Market Assembler job

Click here to download job description and application form.

Springfield Church Book & DVD exchange

DVD and books sold to raise funds for Springfield Church in Wallington

Dos Santos

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Producers of authentic Goan soul food, based in Croydon, made to the highest quality. Manufacturer of a range of gluten free foods which include sausages,pickles, snacks and currys.

Specializing in goan sausage, pickles and pastries plus hot samosas (meat and veggie) to take away.



Herbology 360

Herbology 360 is a South London based Holistic Health lifestyle brand not only focussing on your physical but all aspects of your being.

Manny Sauces

Mannys Sauces is a recently formed company based in Chertsey, Surrey. Its founder has been making sauces since 1985. Our range of sauces includes: Piri-Piri Sauce, Hot Chicken Marinade, One-for-All Original, Tomato Fusion and MannyNaise Our Sauces are free from sugar, colouring and flavouring agents and are made with the freshest local ingredients.



Artisan handmade cold brewed coffee with a smooth refreshing finish plus energy protein balls.



P C Cruise

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A traditional sheep farmer from Edenbridge, Kent, Paddy’s lamb is free-range, additive free and hung in the traditional way to ensure maximum flavour and tenderness. He offers joints, half joints, sausages and mince, as well as special orders.




We’re passionate about up-cycling and making good use of unwanted, unloved and useless items. Started as a hobby, all our items are designed and made by us making them individual and unique. We hope you like them as much as we enjoy making them for you.

Look again and you’ll see a balancing wine bottle holder.
The old vinyl’s Dad played at the weekend when I was small,
Now recycled to live again as a handy fruit bowl.
The china plates Gran used when we went round to visit,
Now a cake stand for cream teas, cupcakes and a biscuit.
The old buttons Mum saved from a tatty old rag,
Recycled as a feature on a reusable bag.

Bespoke wine racks and balancing wine bottle holders made from pallets and cupcake stands made from records and vintage china


Wright’s Original

Wrights Original Dark Ginger is a traditional drink from the very heart of the Tyne and has been produced by the Wright family through several generations and can be traced back to the 1800′s. A smooth, strong ginger drink that leaves you wanting more.

Would you like to become a stallholder?

Koula Styliss, maker of preserves, and her family

Stalls at a Farmers’ Market offer something different from those at an ordinary market.  At Farmers’ Markets the idea is that even the staff on the stall are involved in producing, so that customers can ask questions direct to the people who help make the product.  It’s one of our USPs, and one of the main reasons people chose to shop with us.

In reality, this often means that the Market is a real family affair, with several generations helping out on a stall during the year, from the seasoned octogenarians to those in their first decade!

If you are interested in becoming a stallholder, more detail about each market and the cost of having a stall can be found here and the form to apply can be found here

This form is designed for you to let us know a bit more about the type of products you will be selling or what your organisation is about.

Stall pitches are in high demand so we will not be able to meet all requests for stall pitches and we need to ensure a diversity of stall types. On receipt of this form, we will decide if we can invite you apply for a stall or contact you for further information.