Please see the information below about our events and markets. If you think you are a good fit for any of these events, please click on the enquire button below.
Stall pitches are in high demand so we will not be able to meet all requests 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.
If you don’t get a reply after 10 days please phone the office on 020 8404 1522.
EcoLocal managed markets and events
Wallington Farmers’ Market
|Date:||every second Saturday of the month|
|Time:||9am to 1pm|
|Location:||Old Town Hall and Library Gardens in Woodcote Road, Wallington, SM6 0NB|
|Stall prices:||£36 for a pitch (approx. 3x3m) or £33 if booking for all three markets in a quarter. Canopies (3×2.5m zapp style) provided free of charge for first three months for new stallholders, subsequently charged at £10 per market. We also have a limited number of tables available for your pitch, for an additional £5 each. Electricity available at £5 a day for a limited number of stalls.|
|Background:||Established in 1999, it is the borough’s oldest Farmers’ Market and hosts around 26 local producer stalls every month and has a very established loyal customer base. The market has a good range of meat, fish, fruit, vegetables, eggs, baked goods and preserves.|
For the Wallington Farmers’ Market, produce must be from within a 40 mile radius of the market site. Where a product is not available within the 40 miles radius, at the Manager’s discretion, produce from up to a 100 mile radius may be permitted, in order to enhance the range of produce on offer.
All produce sold must be grown, reared, caught, brewed, pickled, baked, smoked or processed by the stall holder. The stall must be attended by the principle producer or a representative involved in the production process.
Carshalton Environmental Fair
|Date:||every August Bank Holiday Monday|
|Time:||10.30am – 8pm|
|Prices:||standard pitches are 4m wide by 3m deep (variations on size are available). We do not provide gazebos or tables. No electricity is available. Generators are not allowed.
Local charity/not-for-profit groups: £21
Craft / farmers market / complementary health: TBC
Commercial: prices on application.
Caterers: prices on application.
|Background:||Established in 1990, this is the biggest event of its kind in this area of London. The event includes over 150 stalls – local craft, farmers’ market, fair trade, voluntary groups, information, campaign groups, complementary therapy – children’s activities, interactive demonstrations, live music and performing arts on three stages, lots of tasty hot food, a tea tent and a bar with real ales and more. Early enquiry is recommended as stall pitches are in high demand|
Carshalton Frost Fair
|Date:||First Saturday in December|
|Location:||Honeywood Walk, Carshalton, organised by local charity EcoLocal in partnership with Friends of Honeywood Museum|
Local voluntary group: tbc (around £24)
Caterer/Bar: prices on application.
|Background:||Started in 2012, the Carshalton Frost Fair is run by EcoLocal in partnership with the Friends of Honeywood Museum. It is held in the historic setting next to Carshalton Ponds and is a traditional winter event with activities for all of the family. The fair is a Christmas shopping event with quality craft and farmers’ market produce stalls, a hog roast, other hot food, a bar, hot drinks, alongside live music including carol singing and lively music. Inside the museum there is a Santa Grotto and other children’s activities. The Friends of the Ecology Centre also hold their Christmas Fair in the adjacent Ecology Centre Grounds on the same day where there is a children’s Winter Wonderland Trail. Attendance is estimated at around 3000.|
Stall options include use of our canopies (3×2.5m zapp style canopies), spaces where you need to bring your own 3x3m gazebo, or space for a table in our marquee. Tables are not provided. Some lighting is provided in some locations, but bringing your own is advisable as it is dark for at least half the event. There is no electricity provided for cooking.
Morden Hall Park Farmers’ Market
|Date:||Third Sunday of the month (TBC)|
|Location:||Morden Hall Park|
|Prices:||Regular trader: £37.50 plus VAT per pitch
Guest trader: £40 plus VAT per pitch
|Background:||Due to Covid-19 this new market was not able to start in May 2020 as planned. the plan is to run a Farmers’ Market in conjunction with the National Trust at Morden Hall Park on the 3rd Sunday of the month from 10am – 3pm. At this stage we do not have a start date for this market.
Morden Hall Park is 125 acres of former country estate run by the National Trust, and is one of the few NT properties that is free to enter. As well as extensive grounds, it boasts a snuff mill, two cafes and a popular garden centre and is visited by over one million people each year. Sunday is their busiest day. It has a large car park and it is very well served by public transport (including the Northern Line, tram and multiple bus routes).
The market will run along similar lines and rules to Wallington; it will be largely food with some craft and the occasional community stall and will prioritise locally produced, free range, low impact and Fairtrade produce. There will be parking available for stallholders in a nearby car park.
Please note, there are no gazebos or tables for hire, and no electricity available on site (as usual at our markets generators are not allowed).