About Time: You Went to Primrose Hill MarketBy Angelica Malin
Looking for something fun this weekend? Well, Londoners are set to enjoy some of the finest food and drink available in front of one of its most iconic views when a new Saturday farmers’ market opens this September.
Primrose Hill Market opens on Saturday 26th September and will take place every week from 10-3PM on the grounds of St Paul’s School, Primrose Hill Road, NW3 3DS.
The traders include smoked salmon from House of Sverre, World Cheese award winners Wildes Cheese, Hook and Son dairy, who featured in the 2013 feature film, The Moo Man, Bad Brownie, British charcuterer Cannon and cannon and many others.
The market will also promote local companies, including mushroom Pâté creators Pâté Moi. The organisers aim to bring the community together, encourage people to learn about where their food comes from and to engage with the people behind the products.
‘Shopping at markets is a choice more people should make as the produce is fresher, tastier and better value. By shopping at Primrose Hill market, every pound spent will support a local cheesemonger, butcher, baker or dairy farmer, so they can reinvest in doing what they do.’ Mike Norledge, Market Organiser Organisers want to attract both locals and people from further afield in London and tourists wanting to try locally sourced food in one of London’s prime spots.
For more information, see their website here.