London’s newest indoor market, ‘Wembley Park Market’ has just opened, bringing together a community of independent and local merchants and makers, from fashion and food to homeware and wellness.
Eco-friendly products and design are a focus for a number of the new makers and sellers. Patoka will be the first Zero-waste, packaging-free store in north west London, selling a range of food, toiletry and cleaning products. Sustainable home fragrance brand, Lagom, creates plant-based, soy wax candles, scented using essential oils known for their therapeutic benefits. Duck Pond Market will bring together local, sustainable and ethical food, crafts, homeware and arts, as well as vintage and upcycled goods.
Chloë McGill, Founder of Patoka, says: “Wembley Park Market is exactly what London needs – a place that gives entrepreneurs, start-ups and designers the opportunity to showcase and sell their quality products in a really fun environment. It’s a privilege to have the opportunity to make it more convenient for Londoners to make sustainable choices, and we are in fantastic company with other like-minded brands.”
Wembley Park Market has also welcomed a number of independent bakers and sellers of sweet goods. These include Mokaya, a purveyor of luxurious, homemade single origin chocolate brownies and truffles, and local occasion cake-maker CherryDCakes, opening its first physical showcase with a specially-created, six-tiered cake depicting the Wembley’s iconic attractions.
Wembley Park Market is open at 27-29 Olympic Way.
Tuesday -Saturday 10am – 7pm
For more information visit www.wembleypark.com/wembley-park-market/