Norwood Farmers' Market

Norwood Farmers' Market was a small farmers' market on the Norwood Road, between Tulse Hill and West Norwood stations. It closed down in late 2010.

The information below is retained for historical purposes.

Small farmers' market on the Norwood Road, between Tulse Hill and West Norwood stations.

When Martin visited in January 2008 it appeared to be new or recently restarted — a number of people were asking when they are there (the answer being the first and third Saturdays in the month). A card I was given states "Under New Management".

The free-range pork was very good, and the stall had a number of pigs' trotters for sale too (50p each). Crackling was also available pre-packaged (60p) — I bought a piece, which turned out to be about 8 inches square. Prices were very reasonable in general. This stall also sells lamb. The meat is pre-packaged, weighed and priced, but in cling film rather than vacuum packed, so it didn't suffer from the vacuum packing effect.

There is also a vegetable stall; I bought a red cabbage and a cauliflower for 80p each. Again, the quality was very good.

There were a few other stalls (not tried).

Visited by Martin, January 2008.
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