Community Market

The last Community Market of the current season takes place on Saturday 18th May from 11am until 3pm in St Mark’s Hall  and it is fully booked. The Market takes place monthly, except for the summer months and the dates of future Markets can be found here.

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



John is on refreshment duties at the May Market and his menu is here: – 19.05.18 menu

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

only Illy coffee served here


 Watercolour Workshop

Andrew Riley’s Watercolour Workshops will be taking place in the room behind the stage once again. For details of this and future Workshops please click HERE



Below are details of the majority of the local traders, who will be at the Market : –


Food Products

Bonnie & Rose – Eco friendly drinks from their VW campervan/bar.


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

LaLu’s West African snacks








The Bread House. Locally baked breads and buns.

Retro & Vintage etc.

Big Girlz Blouses returns with more bargain booties and pre-loved treads, kitsch and table wares.

Sue’s Vintage & Collectables










Gilly’s Vintage


A selection of the Local Craftspeople and Traders taking part

BluebellMarsh – designer/maker of fabric accessories

Leofwine fine handmade silver jewellery.








Anghel Jewellery – Handmade made jewellery by Sanda

Claire’s Upcycling







ALDA by Jonalda. Natural handmade skincare & bathing products.



Yarnarama – Textile Artist + supplies

Charmed Jewellery










Warrior Craft handmade leather goods and treen

Harper Bizarre Art








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


Kitchen Chemist – Luxury Handmade Bath Products

Emma B – designer cards, badges et al.


Walker & Crossley Arty Farty Plaques & Signs




Paulette Hatton: Artist – mainly pet portraits, in pastels, watercolour, pencil and acrylic.

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



Remaining dates for 2019


  • CLOSED AS USUAL for the Summer
  • Saturday 21st September
  • Saturday 19th October
  • Saturday 16th November
  • Saturday 14th 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