Community Market

The next Community Market due to take place on Saturday 21st March from 11am until 3pm in St Mark’s Hall has been CANCELLED due to on-going Coronavirus situation. Decisions on the final two Markets of the season will be taken in due course.

The Market takes place monthly, except for the summer months and the dates of future Markets can be found here.

Due to unprecedented interest from potential stallholders that wish to join us at the Market, we have had to take the decision to not consider any further applications for the time being. We will let you know when the situation alters.



Market Attractions

Below are details of the planned attractions at the cancelled March Market


Latifi will be providing the hot & cold refreshments this month and his menu will appear here in due course.


As usual mugs of tea are 50p, cups of Illy filter coffee (£1) and cold soft drinks are also available.

only Illy coffee served here


 Watercolour Workshop

Andrew Riley’s usual Watercolour Workshops is back this month. For details please click HERE.




Food etc.

A wide selection of sausages, including gluten free, mince meat meatballs + local cured ham and bacon.

Common Rioters – beer & craft ales







CareGrow – Fine Preserves, Pickles, Sauces + liquors.

Eltham Bees – Honey, pollen and other associated products

The Bread House. A wide selection of locally baked breads and buns.


Retro & Vintage

Phil, who is usually outside the Hall with his eclectic mix of retro & vintage is volunteering weekend nights at the Bexley Winter Shelter and so won’t be with us this month.

Gilly’s Loader Junk :- Vintage & Haberdashery items.

A selection of the Local Craftspeople and Traders taking part

Soul Skin – Organic and Vegan Skincare

Yarnarama – Textile Artist + supplies


Ruby’s fabric & crochet gift items


Esther – Copper and enamelled jewellery

Leofwine: Handmade silver and other jewellery by Liudmila











Charmed Jewellery

Star Gifts: Nature based pamper boxes + hand-made jewellery










Janice – beaded items and jewellery

Warrior Craft handmade leather goods and treen









Kim Ward – author of the Pickles & Friends series of books for children.

Harper Bizarre Art

Walker & Crossley Arty Farty Plaques & Signs






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

Rob Thom


Angelo’s Back Massage

Other Attractions

Kiduku Rhythms Dance Club

Positive Plumstead Project

make:good – Plumstead High Street improvements: Consultation


Other dates for 2020


  • Saturday 18th April
  • Saturday 16th May


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