Myatt’s Field celebrates harvest and a return of the Sunday market

Written by on 25 September, 2018 in Community, Food, News, What's On - No comments
Myatt's Field Sunday Market. Picture of vegetable stall

Photographer: Alex Hulsey

 

Myatt’s Fields Sunday Market returns with longer opening hours and lots of locally grown produce during the Harvest Festival this Sunday (30 September). The market will then continue every Sunday 10am-2.30pm up until Christmas.

The Harvest Festival will have live music and DJs, vegetable growing and cake making competitions, locally grown veg, workshops and lots of children’s activities.

The Market welcomes new local butcher PJ Frankland, a new cheese offering from Fish Tale, organic bread and baked goods from The Old Post Office Bakery, and fresh British flowers from local florist Hollyana Flowers UK.

For full details of food stalls visit Myatt’s Fields Sunday Market.

Local veg from the Harvest will be on sale from Myatt’s Fields Park, Loughborough Farm and Friends of Windrush Square!

Sean from Brixton Pound will be running a fermentation workshop, and you can submit your own veg for the vegetable growing competition! More details here.

Music 10am-4pm on the bandstand. Headliners Koroleko provide high energy West African vibes, plus Peruvian band Kausary, DJ Michelle Killington will be spinning tunes, including an Aretha Franklin Tribute set, and The Longfield Voices will also perform.

From 12-4pm  FREE trail of excellent children’s events  – including Yaa’s Science Funhouse, face painting, fire making workshop, an art workshop and lots more!

Myatt’s Fields is part of Urban Food Fortnight and the Incredible Edible Lambeth Harvest!

 

 

 

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