In Pictures: North Harrow‏ Street Market

By Janan Jay Last edited 74 months ago
In Pictures: North Harrow‏ Street Market
Cupcakes from Asha's Cakery
Cupcakes from Asha's Cakery
Everyone loves ballons!
Everyone loves ballons!
Homemade Indian products from Bolly Bolly
Homemade Indian products from Bolly Bolly
Green St Patricks Day cakes from Cake Crumbs
Green St Patricks Day cakes from Cake Crumbs
Crafty Mates
Crafty Mates
Geo Soap Naturals
Geo Soap Naturals
Free Harrow shopping bags
Free Harrow shopping bags
Eggs from Harrow Comunity Farm
Eggs from Harrow Comunity Farm
Dresses from Honey Bunch
Dresses from Honey Bunch
Honey, jam and more from Relish the Thought
Honey, jam and more from Relish the Thought
Sweets on Sticks
Sweets on Sticks
woodgrain Crafts
woodgrain Crafts

Following the high profile report on the decline of the high street from the straight-talking Mary Portas last December, Harrow Council has taken the initiative and provided stalls and pitches, totally free, to local stallholders this weekend.

The market has a varied selection of homemade local produce: particularly impressive were the delicious Indian sauces from Bolly Bolly, while Relish the Thought displayed a multitude of jammy preserves. Cupcake munchers were spoilt for choice; from Cake Crumb's green St. Patrick's Day offering to Asha’s cakery's gooey lemon-packed zesty treats.

Harrow Community Farm had fresh eggs and were spreading the word of their plans for a community orchard and the exciting apple days that will be held in October.

Besides the food, there were colourful dresses from Honey Bunch, gorgeous woodwork and rustic furniture, Geo natural soaps and cute craftwork from Crafty Mates.

The market can be found along Station Road and Pinner Road, and runs on Sunday 11th March from 10am to 4pm. Nearest Station North Harrow on the Metropolitan line.

Last Updated 11 March 2012

Danae_bio

 Are they going to do it again? I've just found out!!! :(

Borough of Harrow

Thanks for all your interest in the North Harrow Street Market, it was a great weekend and we're sorry that you didn't hear about it. It was publicised in local Harrow newspapers, BBC news, our website and via social media, as well as by the North Harrow Traders themselves. 
                                                                                                                                             To keep up to date with future events and information from the Harrow Council, please like our facebook page: www.facebook.com/lbharrow and follow us at www.twitter.com/harrow_council. Our next market is this weekend, Harrow's first ever Food and Dance Festival. Find out more at www.facebook.com/harrowfestiva...