MidSummer Muswell Market

The MidSummer Muswell Community Market on St James Square was launched in June 2015 and provides a great community opportunity for local people to try a bit of market selling. It’s open to individuals, charity groups or organisations and small businesses, to either sell their produce, to promote their cause, raise funds and their profile. It also gives the opportunity to local businesses wanting to test the market and raise awareness.

Our market is now full but do contact us to be put on our waiting list- get in touch. The pitch is only £50 (£75 for food) – (the pitches come complete with gazebo, table and weights – you just need to sort out the relevant licence).

The MidSummer Muswell 2017 information pack is now available for download.

Here are the confirmed stall holders so far:

Layzells – Legal Advice & Activity



Alexandra WIThe Alexandra WI – The Alexandra WI will be selling some preserves – chutney and marmalade, home made biscuits and cakes, some knitted hedgehogs and other craft items. Follow them on Twitter: @thealexandrawi

Scouting For Pearls – Jewellery – Follow on Twitter: @scouting4pearls , Facebook: @scoutingforpearls or Instagram: @scouting_for_pearls

WAVE – Activities including weaving, drawing, pompom making and card making.

LCCCP – Mocktails

Back to Health Wellness CentreBack to Health Wellness Centre – The N8 Health team will be at MidSummer Muswell festival performing complimentary 10 minute posture checks, 5 minute massages and offering lifestyle advice. Follow them on Twitter: @bthfinchley



Yum UsYum Us – Greek Pies. Follow them on Twitter: @Yum_Us



gluten free dessertsJust Baked By Jo – Gluten Free Desserts. Follow on Facebook for mouthwatering images: @justbakedbyjo


Smoked Salmon – Smoked Salmon Bagels

Muswell Hillbilly BrewersMuswell Hillbilly Brewers – Muswell Hillbilly brews are grown, brewed and drunk in Muswell Hill using N10 hops, equipment and drinkers. Brewing formerly in homes, cabins and garages across N10 we now have our HQ in Avenue Mews Muswell Hill. Come along and sample Hillbilly IPAs, Palace Sunset Red Ales, Tetherdown Wheat Beers, Fortis Green Stouts and Down the Colney Hatch porters. Follow us on Twitter: @mushillbrewers Facebook: @Hillbillybrewers Instagram: @muswellhillbillybrewers


kids clothesLublue – Lublue is an eclectic kidswear, accessories, books and gifts shop for 1-8 year old boys and girls. Our hand-picked selection of clothes and accessories is often referred as cute and quirky, beautiful and comfortable. It consists of wonderful Korean and some European brands too. Follow them on Twitter: @lublueshop


Jackie Oldham  -My textile products, cushions,aprons,bags,etc,are made from high quality designer fabric such as Scion,Mulberry, Sanderson, Liberty. They are all produced to a high standard and are half the cost of similar products in department stores such as John Lewis.

Ribbon and JoyRibbon and Joy – Balloon modeling and face painting



Ben Perniha – Toys

TooTooMoo – Tootoomoo creates fresh and healthy pan-Asian cuisine. Our dishes are as popular now as they were the day we first opened our doors to the community; Thai Green Chicken Curry and Crispy Duck Rolls, alongside our amazing selection of signature dishes; Grilled Salmon Miso and Aromatic Duck with Pancakes. Something that surprises many is that we can easily cater to multiple dietary requirements; Whether you’re Vegetarian or Vegan, or prefer Gluten Free dishes, we have something for you!


Gifts by Berni – Vintage houseware and kitchenware




Muswell Hill Sustainability GroupMuswell Hill Sustainability Group – We’re a fast-growing group of local residents concerned about climate change and sustainability.




Nicky Grace Vintage Fabric & Gorgeous Things –  Vintage fabric patchwork quilts, throws, lavender bags, cushions, bunting.





Nata CakeNata Cake – I make pretty, delicious and moist cupcakes, cakes and bakes. I want to use more fresh edible flowers on my cakes as I think this is so beautiful and irresistible. I would offer something irresistible for vegan and gluten free customers too.









The priority will be given to local traders not in direct competition with existing shops.