Community Market

The next Community Market takes place on Saturday 21st October, it will be open as usual from 11am to 3pm and entry is free. It takes place in St Mark’s Hall  and the remaining dates for 2017 are here

All stalls have been allocated for October but if you are interested in a stall and would like to join the waiting list please contact or fill in the contact form below. Stalls are £10 each and we provide the table & chairs.


Anne & John will  be providing refreshments once again and the menu for this Saturday is here. 17.10.21 menu

Watercolour Workshops

Andrew Riley is running his Watercolour Workshops at this Market in the back room of the Hall as usual. See here for more details and to enquire about the Workshops.


Food Products

Belle’s Bakes.

Eltham Honey and other bee based products.

Anne of Food-Tec-Kitchn with her sauces.

Latifi & Lucy of LaLu Catering with their West African savoury products


Retro/Antiques section

Inside and outside the Hall.

Vintage Pine Etc. Ltd

Gilly’s Retro




A selection of the Local Crafts on offer

More information will continue to be added up until Market day.

Candles by Jenna.

Nichola – Unique handmade clothing, gifts & homewares.








Janine peg dolls & ribbon wreaths.


Harper Bizarre Art

Erin Steven’s Gosh Darn It

Glammamamma knitted fashion and jewellery

Emma “Demi” Briggs: Cards printed on 100% recycled paper with recycled Kraft envelopes, invitations, Alphabet and Custom Bunting.

Mec’s Felted Friends.

Janice’s handmade silver jewellery.

Su Vint “vintage” cards

Local Artist

Barry Small – Drawings and Paintings

Other Attractions


Angelo’s Back Massage

specialising in helping clients manage stress, weight and sleep to attain optimal levels of health, energy and motivation.




Other dates for 2017

  • Saturday 18th November
  • Saturday 16th December

St Mark’s Hall

The Community Market takes place at St Mark’s Hall Old Mill Road, Plumstead, London, SE18 1QE.

Bus routes 51, 53 and 291 run close to St Mark’s Hall – which is located to the north east of Plumstead Common.

Community Market Contact Form