Hall Place is one of Crayford’s most well known attractions- but there’s more to it than you may think.

Known for it’s beautiful landscape and historical buildings, hall place attracts many visitors on a general basis, but every month they hold a special event- a farmers market.

From April 2012, Hall Place has been hosting a farmer’s market on the first Sunday of the month. With small businesses offering all sorts , from bakers to breweries and even baklavas, there’s something for everyone. 

Lauren Jones said that one of her favourites was ‘Bread on the Rise’- a fresh artisan bread stall, stating their focaccia ‘was so fresh and flavourful, I’ve been craving it since the last time I came here’.

If you haven’t checked out the market, do take a trip down to Hall Place and have a browse. The next opening is this Sunday May 6th from 10am-2pm.


Listed below are all of the businesses present:

EledelMG – Micro greens and more

Rica Homestyle – caribbean marinades

VJ Game and Sussex Smokers – game, game sausages, smoked items and pate

Natural Organica – body butters, soaps and more

Gourmet Sausage Maker – locally made hand linked sausages

Nix Bakery – nut free macarons and more

My Angry Pasta – fresh pasta, lasagne etc

Bexley Brewery – locally brewed beers

The Olive Man – Olives, baklavas and turkish delight

Sweet Pea Bakery – home made traditional cakes by the slice

My Farmers Market – home made jams, marmalades and chutney

Tenterden Greens – seasonal fruit, vegetables, juice, eggs and more

R and D Plants – locally grown seasonal plants

Bread on the Rise – artisan bread and more

Botterells Fish – fresh fish

Toni Cheese – lots of cheeses

Bob Splinters – hand made wooden items