Hall Place, Bexley Farmers Market

Farmers Market Re Opened after the first Lockdown on Sunday 2nd August 2020

The entrance to Hall Place Bexley site opened to the public again in mid July 2020 with access to the Visitors Centre. A week later the Riverside Cafe and Jambs Owls opened too.

The farmers market re opened following the first lockdown on the 1st Sunday of August – 2nd August 2020.

Initially from the entrance to Hall Place past the Glasshouses there was a one way system in place with this continuing in to the Visitors Centre.

In August 2020 the farmers market moved to take place on the grassed area alongside the Courtyard which allowed the stalls to be spaced slightly further apart. There was an entrance and exit location for the market. Many of the stallholders take contactless payments and ordering in advance for collection on the day of the market is also offered.

Following the December 2021 The Riverside Cafe and Visitors Centre re opened at Hall Place on Monday 29th March 2021 and the Easter Sunday 4th April 2021 Hall Place Bexley Farmers Market was able to open.

From December 2021 the Farmers Market moved back on to the Courtyard Area which is hardstanding and a few stalls also extended on to the grassed area. This was again to allow more space between stalls and more space for customers. The number of stalls currently attending the farmers market has increased which means not all stalls can be accomodated on the Courtyard Area.

The Next Date for Hall Place Bexley Farmers Market is Sunday 4th September 2022

Here’s the list of stallholders who attended Hall Place Bexley Farmers Market on Sunday 7th August 2022

Whitegates Farm – locally grown seasonal fruit/vegetables

Sweet Pea Bakery – traditional cakes, cupcakes

Botterells Fish – locally caught fresh fish

Bexley Brewery – locally brewed beers

Proper Tea Co – loose tea and tea equipment

Bread on the Rise – artisan bread and more

The Olive Man – olives, garlic, baklava and turkish delight

Tony Cheese – lots of different cheeses

R and D Plants – plants and hanging baskets

My Farmers Market – jams, marmalades and chutneys

Gourmet Sausage Maker – sausages

Greenlake Woods – items from recycled materials

Splinters – wooden items

Some stallholders who missed the August Farmers Market but will be back in September.

The next date for Hall Place Bexley Farmers Market is Sunday 4th September 2022

Sandra: Information updated on Monday 8th August 2022

HALL PLACE BEXLEY SATURDAY FARMERS MARKETnext date Saturday 20th August 2022

We’re pleased to confirm that Hall Place Bexley has confirmed that the extra Saturday Farmers Markets for 2021 could start taking place on the 3rd Saturday of the month beginning on Saturday 17th April 2021.

The next Saturday farmers market will be open between 10 and 2 and will be held on the hardstanding area The Courtyard in front of the Visitors Centre on Saturday 20 August 2022

The mix of stalls is slightly different to the Sunday farmers market.

The stalls who attended the Saturday Farmers Market on 16th July 2022:

Sweet Pea Bakery – traditional cakes

My Farmers Markets – jams, marmalades and chutneys

Gourmet Sausage Maker – Sausages and meat

French Deli – cheeses and more

R and D Plants – seasonal plants

Some stallholders are on holiday this month, whilst other are not able to attend due to sickness

Sandra – Information correct as Monday 18th July 2022

Some of the stallholders continue to offer home delivery services:

My Farmers Market offers a home delivery service for all their jams, marmalades and chutneys.   My Farmers Market have set up an on line ordering and the link for this is here :https://bit.ly/myfarmersmarketordering

Bexley Brewery are offering a home delivery service of fresh beer, ciders and bottled beers are available. Order Monday/Tuesday for delivery later in the week they are also offering a collection service from the brewery. Beer list available via emailing : shop@bexleybrewery.co.uk

Gourmet Sausage Maker is offering a sausage delivery service in the Bexley area – the next delivery dates for the Bexley/Bexleyheath areas are Tuesday and Thursday’s. Slots again are limited by the quantity of sausages that can be made. contact details: 07739 967903

Thank you for your support

The Farmers Market at Hall Place, Bexley is held on the first Sunday of each month and is open to the public between 10am and 2pm (approx). It is located in the Courtyard area outside the new Visitors Centre.

Assistance dogs are welcome to Hall Place, however, no other dogs are permitted in the house or garden. There is parking available nearby and the site is easily accessible for wheelchairs

The Farmers Market ran as a trial over 2 days in November 2011 and started as a permanent feature in April 2012.

Hall Place is a fine Grade I listed country house. It was built in 1537 for Sir John Champneys a wealthy merchant and former Lord Mayor of London. A rare example of its type and much of the original house that Sir John built still survives today.

Hall Place is surrounded by 65 hectares of magnificent formal gardens and landscaped parkland that have something to offer visitors throughout the year.

From February 2014 two additional visits are available on the Hall Place site. Jambs Owls, who are regular visitors to the farmers market have extended their premises over the Winter Period and have their visitor friendly owls, eagle owls on show at weekends. In addition the Butterfly Jungle Experience means that visitors are now able to walk amongst stunning free flying butterflies from around the world in the glasshouses too.

1st Sunday of the month

open to the public between 10am and 2pm

Venue:  The Courtyard outside the Visitors Centre, Hall Place, Bourne Road, Bexley

Please Note:  Dogs are not allowed on the Hall Place site.  There is car parking available on site


* Sunday 2 January 

* Sunday 6 February 

* Sunday 6 March 

* Sunday 3 April   

* Sunday 1 May 

* Sunday 5 June 

* Sunday 3 July

* Sunday 7 August

* Sunday 4 September

* Sunday 2 October

* Sunday 6 November

* Sunday 4 December

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