Community Market

The next Community Market takes place on Saturday 17th February, it will be open from 11am to 3pm and entry is free. It is held at St Mark’s Hall  and the dates of future Markets can be found here

If you might be interested in a stall at future Markets please contact or fill in the contact form below. Stalls are £10 each and we provide the table & chairs.


John Nash will be providing the refreshments in February before taking a two month break. The actual menu will appear here during the week before the Market but to give you an idea of what to expect here is the menu for the January Market. 18.01.20 menu

Watercolour Workshop

Andrew Riley’s Watercolour Workshops will be taking place in the usual room to the rear of St. Mark’s Hall and details can be found here.


Below are details of some traders at the February Market, which will continue to be updated  : –

Food Products

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


Retro/Antiques section


Gilly’s Retro

Vintage Curiosities & Homeware.








Harlequin Gallery: Inexpensive Japanese chawan (teabowls) and other studio pottery.


A selection of the Local Craftspeople and Traders taking part


Candles by Jenna.

Leofwine fine handmade silver jewellery.

Just Rocks & Coral – local handmade jewellery using a variety of materials including sterling silver.










Wooden tables and seating made here in Plumstead.


Hatchling Makes – modern embroidered décor.


AK – 100% organic cotton hand-made Turkish towels and homeware.

Darrieulat & Young: – textiles, slate, prints and other works of art.



Forever Arlo – customised silver jewellery.

Forever Arlo – bath products.

Sarah Claxton handmade textile goods

Sarah Claxton handmade textile goods

Harper Bizarre Art










Janice: Handmade jewellery and beaded ornaments.

Brambletots: novelty goods, purses, bags and gifts.









Flighty Piece: TV & Historical themed jewellery.

Photographic cards by Sandy.

Local Artists

Ray Marshall – Paintings, Prints and cards.

Barry Small – Paintings, drawings, cards, coasters & fridge magnets.

Wayne Shepperd – painting, prints and cards.


 Positive Plumstead Project

The new Community Group that has been set up for the Plumstead SE18 area will be present at the Market between 12 noon and 2pm to speak to people about the group, their ideas for the local area and, hopefully, to get other local residents to join them.

Angelo’s Back Massage

Angelo’s Back Massage

Other dates for 2017/8

  • Saturday 24th March 2018
  • Saturday 28th April 2018
  • Saturday 19th May 2018

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