Cricklewood Specialist Market is excited to welcome new stall holders to Cricklewood Lane on 31 October and 1 November.

Adding to the market’s hot food offer, Orient Express will bring a taste of Sri Lanka to the market on Friday and Saturday with spring rolls, rice and curry, and two types of vegetarian vadai, cooked on-site. For this weekend only, all food will be vegetarian.

A new florist, Daisy Chain, is also joining the market every week.  Based in Willesden Green, Daisy Chain will be at the market Fridays and Saturdays with blooms to suit every budget.

KB Sales, a new stall offering smart ladies’ bags and watches, will also be joining the market this weekend.

On Friday, knitting designer Monica Russel’s The Knit Knacks will also join the market as a visiting stall. The Knit Knacks will offer vintage crockery, hand-made cake stands, yarn, knitting books, and a gorgeous selection of knitted gifts such as tea cosies. Monica says:

“I regularly have my designs featured in knitting magazines and to date have had five knitting pattern books published. I have a passion for vintage items and to accompany my knitted tea cosies, sell tea time accessories including teapots, milk jugs, cups, saucers and tea plates.”

Cricklewood Specialist Market is open from 11am to 7pm on Fridays and 11am to 6pm on Saturdays. You can find us on Cricklewood Lane outside B&Q.

For more information please contact Osita Udenson on 07875 588 107.