Cally Market
2nd November 2012
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For those of you who don't there is a new market coming to Islington! 


The new market is going to be on Caledonian Road and I for one can't wait, especially as I live just off the road my self. I received the press release yesterday and it looks like it should be a great addition to the area. While the road itself hasn't got a great reputation if you look passed that you can already find some great little shops and cafes. The market should help with the continued improvement of the area.


Some of the stalls look great giving a mix of fresh produce and food through to unique designers and vintage clothes. for the opening on 17th November there will be 20 to 25 stalls. Phyllis Broadbent will be performing the ribbon cutting at 12:30 followed by a Market Hamper charity raffle tickets for which can be brought at The Bemerton Community Stall.



Here are a few of the stalls that will be there

Channel Fish - bringing a wide variety of fish caught just off the Brighton coastline

Artisan Bakers - Klaus Kuhnke, this well established expert baker brings a variety of baked breads and goods

Perry Court Farm - currently grow 150 varieties of apples and pears alongside a huge range of seasonal vegetables and salad crops

The Deli Cupboard - with a wide range of chutneys, pickles, German Sausages and much more.

Priors Hall Farm - with an excellent range of farm reared meats of fully traceable feed supply with traditional recipes and methods use on site for curing, smoking and preparing hand-made products


Keep an eye on The Islington Blog as I think there'll be a write up on the market there in the near future

If you want to get in touch with the market you can contact Louise Brewood


Hope to see you there on the 17th

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