WhamBam pride themselves on pakoras, using a technique perfected over 18 years using the best organic ingredients from local independents. Buy some from Herne Hill Market and put a smile on your tummy!
Natasha made her first bottles of cordial from an Elder tree by her allotment. At the time she was working for a consulting firm and needed a creative outlet to escape her boredom. She found herself foraging for more fruits in London, with bemused passers-by observing as she shook apple trees to get the juiciest fruit from the top of the tree.
With her first batches of cordials ready she stumbled into a farmers’ market, and when her entire stock of hundreds of bottles was sold over just a couple of weekends, what started as a fun idea suddenly felt like it could be a viable venture.
The Urban Cordial Company has moved on from foraging to buying their fruits from farms around London. Natasha and her team make their cordials by hand using only fruits that are in season. As a consequence, each batch is a little bit different, and the flavours rotate throughout the year to reflect the seasons.
To coincide with the ever popular Lambeth Country Show in Brockwell Park, our market in Herne Hill will be held on both Saturday 18th AND Sunday 19th July. Expect more gorgeous handmade crafts, delicious hot food and lovely local produce over the weekend.
A fantastic summer event for the whole family to enjoy!
The winning number from the raffle for £50-worth of produce at Wendell Park School Market on Sunday 7 August was 395.
Congratulations! Winners – please give us a call on 07980 364 610.