Scandimarket Spring 2019, Scandinavia in Rotherhithe

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Come and experience the Nordic Spring atmosphere at the annual Scandinavian Spring Market taking place on Albion Street in Rotherhithe London SE16 7HZ between the Finnish and Norwegian Churches on 23rd March 2019.

The nearest tube stations are Bermondsey and Canada Water and overground station Rotherhithe. The market street connects the Finnish and Norwegian Churches and coincides with the indoor Spring Fair at the Finnish Church.

This is a popular event attracting Nordics living in the UK as well as local residents, who come enjoy good food and explore a wide variety of Scandinavian related goods, arts and crafts. The market is organised as a collaboration between Finnish and Norwegian Churches, Southwark Council and Albion Street Steering Group and is free to visit.  

Saturday 23rd March – 11am to 7pm | Albion Street SE16 7JX | Free

Scandimarket Spring 2019

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There is something for everyone in The Scandinavian Market. Food, gifts or children activities plus live music acts on the day. If you have visited the well-known Christmas Scandimarket, you will recognise many of the stallholders plus new faces.

The “must-visit-stalls’

Of course, there is also time to explore the two more important Scandinavian churches in London and learn about volunteering opportunities while grabbing a bargain at the Up Market Charity Shop or take one of the Rotherhithe Map published by What’s On In Rotherhithe group and learn a lot about the incredible history of Rotherhithe.

Finnish Church in London

The Finnish Church in London is a religious, cultural and social meeting place for all the Finns who live in Great Britain and Ireland (either permanently or temporarily), as well as for their friends and family. The church will be hosting their traditional Finnish Christmas Market (you should expect to queue up so be sure to arrive early)

Norwegian Church in London

Sjømannskirken – Norwegian Church Abroad, is a non-profit organization with a commission from the Parliament to serve Norwegians abroad. 29 churches serve as social and cultural meeting places for around 900.000 annually. In addition, 7 chaplains cover around 80 countries visiting Norwegian communities and students. Norwegian oil installations in the North Sea are also frequently visited by 7 chaplains.

Up Market

Up Market is a Community Charity Shop situated in Albion Street providing quality pre-loved items at fantastic prices and have a considerable range of Ladies, Mens and Childrens clothing and accessories in the shop. Clothing aside they also have lots of bric a brac, artwork, china, books and much more.

Meanwhile Space

Meanwhile Space are partnering with If_Do architects and Southwark Council to deliver an innovative and experimental Meanwhile use building which will be designed to occupy a site at 71-75 Albion Street in Rotherhithe for a period of 10 years.

The proposed meanwhile use will bring business start ups, social and creative enterprise, employment and activity to Albion St in the short term. Check out their stall and learn about the project

What’s on in Rotherhite Stall

SE16-WORG, a coordinating group helps to promote other factual tourist and visitor literature and material for the Rotherhithe area. A must visit during the market

Make it a day visit

How about exploring Rotherhithe after your visit to the Scandimarket? There’s so much to discover: traditional pubs, the history of the area, the docklands heritage, the river Thames and so much more.

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How to get there?

The nearest tube stations are Bermondsey, Canada Water and Rotherhithe on the Overground line. Whatever station you choose, the market is within short walking distances. Follow our map below to find you way to Albion Street or find it in Google Maps

Buses 47, 188, 381, C10 and P12 stop nearby

The information in this page is subject to changes. Please, contact organiser for the latest updates.