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Going places!

We’re pleased to announce that CCFM have moved! After several years based in Bexley we’ve set up shop in shiny new offices in the heart of Greenwich, SE London. This means we’ll be that bit nearer to our markets!

Our new details can be found on the contact us page.

That Agnes

Herne Hill Market

Vintage-inspired crafts and art

Having always had a passion for things a little bit old-fashioned and camp, Agnes Graves has been collecting old fabric since she was a child. With a fiery passion for things that look good (being a graphic designer by day) she only uses the best quality patterns and never vintage for the sake of vintage. She has recently released released her own exclusive fabrics; a cat design, inspired by 1960s haberdasheries (of course), and a second pattern inspired by her favourite drag queens.

At the ThatAgnes stall you will find make-up bags, pencil cases, cushions and any illustrations that have taken her fancy that week. Everything is sourced from the UK and handmade in her kitchen in Brixton.

CareGrow

Manor House Gardens and Eltham markets.




Steve Page has been making Sauces and Preserves for 8 years under the CareGrow name. His speciality is using Chilli Peppers, all of which are grown in his back garden in Eltham. In 2010 he started entering some of his products in The Great Taste Awards, run by the Fine Food Guild, and, to date, he has won 7 Gold Awards including the much coveted Triple Gold Award, which he received for his Triple Citrus Marmalade. Steve also grows a variety of fruit and vegetables, which he uses in his products, and tries to source raw materials from farmers at the markets he attends.

His products are gluten-free, dairy-free and salt-free, and do not contain any artificial ingredients.

Bath Soft Cheese

Alexandra Palace, Oval, and Herne Hill markets.




The Padfields have been farming at Park Farm in Somerset since 1914. They make award-winning organic cheese with milk from their own herd of Friesian cows.

The organic dairy farm is situated just outside Bath around the village of Kelston. The three cheeses always on sale at CCFM are: Bath Soft Cheese, a soft cheese similar to camembert that dates from Admiral Nelson time; the Wyfe fo Bath, a nutty and sweet semi-hard cheese similar to a Gouda; and the Bath Blue Cheese, which won 'Best Cheese in the World' at the World Cheese Awards in 2014. The cheese is currently made in the same stone building where cheddar was made back in 1920's.

parkfarm.co.uk