Godmersham Game

Alexandra Palace, Manor House Gardens, Oval, and Herne Hill markets.






Godmersham Game is run by Phil Miles. The company has been trading for over 10 years and has become well known for providing top quality game and game products to both trade and retail customers. In addition to the many restaurants across Kent they supply, they can also be found at farmers markets across London at weekends.

For eight consecutive years, Godmersham Game was in the top ten at the taste of Kent awards. They were in the top three for six years in a row and for three consecutive years Godmersham Game has won the Taste of Kent awards. They were also finalists in the countryside alliance awards receiving a ‘highly commended’. Their vast range includes pheasant, partridge, wild duck, wood pigeon, quail, guinea fowl, wild rabbit, hare, venison and wild boar. They have recently started making their own venison salami and wild boar salami which is proving to be very popular with their customers.

In addition to their oven-ready game, they also attend organised events, such as game fairs, food festivals and music festivals where they have our BBQ cooking their own wild venison burgers, venison sausages and wild boar and apple sausages. They also cater for private functions from simple garden parties to weddings and christenings.

Nutural World

Alexandra Palace Market






Nutural World was founded in 2013, to manufacture and sell a range of nut butters and spreads. From inception, the company adhered to the following principles regarding its products:
- Their taste is exceptionally good
- They are 100% vegan
- There is no added oil, sugar salt or artificial flavours in any of our products

From a very humble start, Nutural World presence and fame is growing at a fast pace. In addition to an online shop, Nutural World is proud to has a regular place at Alexandra Palace farmers market. Their products are also sold in some shops and delicatessen in North West London and Hertfordshire.

Their range is very comprehensive, from the inexpensive and common seed butters (e.g. sunflower and pumpkin) to the high end and unusual nut butters (e.g. Macadamia, Pecan, Pistachio and Pine nut). In the last few months they started to introduce spreads that are nut based, with some additional fruit or another nut. In that range they currently have Almond and Coconut, Hazelnut and Carob and Sesame and Dates. They are amazingly tasty and are fast becoming best sellers, with an increasing number of regular customers coming back week after week for their ‘must have’ supply. Their slogan is ‘Bringing Nuts to Life’ – and they look forward to bring some into yours!

Perry Court Farm, Ashford

Alexandra Palace, Oval, Herne Hill and Hammersmith markets




The Fermor family has been growing delicious fruit and vegetables in Kent for four generations. Initially specialising in top quality fruit, strawberries, apples and pears (of which over 250 varieties are grown) they have expanded their expertise to most fruits and an increasing range of succulent vegetables. In addition to this, Tom and Charles Fermor are making dried fruit crisps, fruit leather, and fruit juices.

The farm was the first to promote “Try before you buy”, to encourage shoppers to taste the wide range of flavours available in their products.

The Urban Cordial Company

Alexandra Palace market

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.

Galeta

Alexandra Palace and Herne Hill markets.




In 2011 with but a bundle of hand baked treats and a humble market stall, two sweet toothed pioneers sought to change the baked good trade of London - and did.

Today the Galeta range boasts eight flavours of cookies, a wide selection of yummy cakes, the infamous cronut, award winning brownies and pasties de natas. All products are still baked by hand using 100% natural ingredients.

True to their roots, Galeta can be found at several farmers markets as well as delivering daily to more than 200 delis, cafes, restaurants and doorsteps across the UK.