Bermondsey | The Blue Market

The Blue Market in the heart of Bermondsey

The Blue Market has been a commercial hub for the local community for many years. The stalls in the market offer a variety of fresh produce and goods ranging from fruit & vegetables, fresh fish and sea food to pet supplies, cards and gifts and a wide variety of gents and ladies fashions. The local library is nearby and there are many other shops and food venues which ensures a footfall




Blue Market Saturdays, more than just shopping

Blue Market Saturdays in the Blue Bermondsey is a weekly mixture of local traders, new start ups and community stalls in addition to our regular market during the week.

Saturdays are perfect for visiting the heart of Bermondsey. if you are looking for handmade local crafts, Bermondsey memorabilia, books, traditional toys, unique gifts or wonderful knitted fashion, try our new business incubator stall which is run by local social enterprise group – Community Opportunities – as a hub for new start up entrepreneurs to help develope their ideas and gain experience trading alongside our regular fruit and veg, plants, greetings cards, fresh fish, fashion, pet food and accessories stalls.

The Community Opportunities stall has been made possible with the support of Blue Bermondsey BID in partnership with Big Local Works, working with Southwark Council’s markets team and forms part of a longer term strategy for invigorating our historic market to better meet the needs of our changing retail landscape and create more employment opportunities for local people.

The Blue Market is only 10 minutes walk from Bermondsey underground and South Bermondsey train stations and served by buses 1, 381 and P12 plus on-street parking available. There are many cafes, pubs and shops and only we are only a few minutes stroll from the Beer Mile and Spa Terminus.

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Blue Market Saturdays Poster-min

 




 

Trading on the Blue

If you consider setting up a stall or do a pop up to try out your products, why not get in touch and ask about the  “start up packages available”. They aim to help encourage new traders to provide a wider range of alternative commodities to the public. If you are interested in trading in the Blue market, you can obtain application forms for registration from:

Market Office
47-53 Dawes Street
London SE17 1EL
Tel. 020 7525 6000
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Always check organizer’s website for last minute changes and cancellations

 

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