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6 FEATURE London Chat By Roger Mills


Another North End Road Special


You have to hand i t to Hammersmith & Fulham. After what seemed like an age of complacency; over the past few years they’ve really got behind North End Road and the latest in the series of high profile specials was what was promoted as a ‘sizzling summer market’ at the West Brompton gaff on 30th June. On top of the seasonal


produce and fresh fruit and veg on of fer daily at the 131-year-old event were more than 150 stalls, a Battle of the Bands contest across two stages, a plethora of street entertainment and a chance to sample cuisines from all over the world. Announcing the event Cllr


Andrew Jones, H&F Cabinet Member for the Economy and the Arts said: “The traffic-free markets have boosted local traders and given residents


another shopping destination in the borough. We want H&F to be the best place to work, live and play in Europe.” One local trader who


looks forward to the events is Fulham entrepreneur Fab- rizzio Spindola who trades as La Galeria Design. He’s enjoyed huge success at H&F Council’s popular seasonal street markets with his Mex- ican-inspired candle hold- ers, vases, bowls and wine glasses, which are hand- blown from recycled glass. The local trader designs the


accessories from his home in Fulham Broadway before sending the drawings to his family’s workshop in Mexico, where his father who usually produces bespoke bottles and labels for the tequila industry, then makes them. This wi l l be his f i f th


appearance at the North End Road event and Fabrizzio says there is nothing like it in the rest of London. He commented: “The


market supports local traders and gives new businesses an affordable space to trade from. It’s also a great chance to meet local designers and businesses. I was able to help fit out a new restaurant in West Brompton after they saw me at the market. It’s a fantastic event for entrepreneurs. “It’s different from all the


other markets around. There is an amazing array of traders, food and performers which makes it a real celebration for all the community,” he added. Well certainly these events


can be counted as successes – the popular series of traffic- free seasonal specials in North End Road regularly attract 15,000 visitors. Hammersmith & Fulham


Council is to be congratulated on the very innovative way it has worked alongside residents, shops, stallholders and local organisations in the North End Road Action Group (NERAG) to revitalise the high street which has


become one of London’s go-to shopping destinations.


Another sizzler


Sizzling seems to be the in word at the moment, not least at the Met Office, and it makes yet another appearance with news that Hoxton Market was holding a ‘sizzling summer fair’ on June 23rd, with loads of f ree events planned, including a live broadcast and music from Hoxton Radio. The fair played host to


a wide array of street food including international and vegan stalls. As well as tasting some of the best market food in Hackney, visitors on the day could buy from a wide range of stalls from fresh fruit and veg to the latest fashions. Alongside more established market traders were stalls from the teenage market, a scheme that aims to help young entrepreneurs develop their business skills. Hoxton is another example


of a gaff which is doing its best to raise its profile as Councillor Guy Nicholson, Hackney’s Cabinet member for Markets explained: “Hoxton market has really worked hard to put itself back on London’s street market map and what better way to celebrate Hackney’s oldest street market’s renaissance than by spending some time enjoying the market and all it has to offer.”


Ticket to dine In what is a really high quality


MARKET TRADER, JULY 6 - 19, 2018


A corner of the revamped ticket hall (Market Halls/Jim Stephenson).


addition to the capitals food to go scene the disused Fulham Broadway ticket hall has been brought back to life as a food hall by niche operator Market Halls. Again with the help of H&F


Council the firm has revived the former Union Market venue on Fulham Road, which had been closed for the past six years. The new food hall consists


of nine kitchens, a deli, a coffee shop and even a bar inside the old ticket office,


within the Grade II listed building, which is just a stone’s throw away from the current Fulham Broadway underground station. The council worked alongside Market Halls to preserve the original stonework, signage and shopfronts in the old ticket hall. Cllr Andrew Jones, H&F


Cabinet Member for Economy and the Arts said: “It’s great to see a once empty unit now bustling with people in the heart of Fulham Broadway.


RIDLEY ROAD MARKET, HACKNEY ZONE 3 PROMOTION


Take a pitch in Zone 3 from Monday - Saturday for £44


To take up this offer traders must be present for all 6 trading days. Traders will receive a week-long permanent pitch. This offer is available for both temporary traders and permanent traders who wish to take an additional pitch.


RIDLEY ROAD MARKET Ridley Road has been home to this bustling market in the heart of


Dalston since the end of the 1880s. Having started with just 20 stalls, it now plays an important role in Hackney’s history and cultural heritage and is best known for its colourful fruit and veg displays. Now home


to over 150 stalls offering a diverse range of goods at very competitive prices, the market operates from 7.30am to 6pm Monday to Thursday and 7.30am to 7pm on Friday and Saturday.


www.hackney.gov.uk/ridley-road-market marketsservice@hackney.gov.uk 0208 356 5300


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