Launch event
Thursday 30th June from 5.00-9.00pm along Lower Marsh. Take part in a chocolate making workshop, pesto making and maki rolling at this year’s Waterloo Food Festival launch event
Learn about chocolate making, try maki rolling, make your own home-made pesto or join the ‘Vegetable Orchestra’ as they craft instruments from veg and then perform at this year’s launch event for the Waterloo Food Festival on Thursday 30th June. Visitors...
House of Dodo
Mauritian street food comes to Lower Marsh Market.
Rebecca Lloyd-Wright says the past couple of years have been spent day dreaming about leaving the corporate world behind and doing what really fires her up: cooking and sharing her food with others. Having grown up in a (half) Mauritian household, she fell in love with the cuisine, and decided everyone in London should try it as well. After cooking her way around the...
Dressd
Healthy and vibrant salads and dressings on Lower Marsh Market.
Dressd is the brainchild of Cressida and Anthony, who started the business together and have been friends for years. They pride themselves on having created a salad dressing business that is adding something new and exciting to the industry. "We are using the natural sweetness and colour of fruit and veg to make our dressings stand out. As a result...
Flea
Join us on 19th of March for a Lower Marsh Flea Market extravaganza and the monthly Waterloo Classics car and motorcycle show.
On 19th of March we will be ringing in spring with a flea market not to be missed. We're inviting traders old and new to join us from 10.00am to sell their vintage, second hand and unwanted wares. Don't worry if you're new to markets, anyone can apply for a stall. So dig out your treasures and trinkets...
Lower Marsh Market is welcoming new traders to apply for a space at the up and coming Saturday Flea Market.
Whether you are a professional trader or you just want to clear out your cupboards you are welcome to apply. The flea will be a perfect location to unload any vintage or second hand furniture, kitchenalia, books, clothing and any other nic nacs you have that are in need of a new home. And with the Christmas bustle out of the...
This month we welcomed some new starters at WeAreWaterloo and Lower Marsh Market, all of whom are well connected with the Waterloo area!
Ben Stephenson joins WeAreWaterloo as Chief Operating Officer, replacing Amanda Faul, who has started a new role with the Oasis Trust. Ben joins us from South Bank Employers’ Group and brings a wealth of experience and connections with Waterloo businesses. Ben is also the Secretary of South Bank...
Waterloo Quarter BID was awarded for its management of Lower Marsh Market in the proud projects Awards at the 2014 British BIDs conference.
The awards recognise the achievements of Business Improvement Districts across the UK, in a number of different categories. Waterloo Quarter took over the management of Lower Marsh Market in 2012, running at a subsiduary company of the BID. We have invested in new market equipment, including...
Come and sing before you shop!
For the first time in living memory, local churches and choirs will meet outside Cubana Restaurant to bless the harvest produce at the market.  This is a free event at the Lower Marsh Saturday Market. Non-perishable food donations will be collected for the Waterloo Food Bank.  There will also be a free Harvest-themed Art Cart for children, making Owl lanterns. This will run from 11am-...
Waterloo Quarter is pleased to announce that two evening markets are planned for July, featuring live poetry and traders from Lower Marsh Market.
Waterloo Quarter is pleased to announce that two evening markets are planned for July, featuring live poetry and traders from Lower Marsh Market. The evening markets will coincide with the Waterloo Quarter Food Festival, and will take place on both Thursday 10th and 24th July, 5.30 - 8....
Since a fantastic launch on 1st March, the new fresh produce market in Lower Marsh has gone from strength to strength.
The Saturday market is a new Waterloo Quarter BID and Lower Marsh Market initiative to help drive footfall to the area at weekends and support local retailers. We have been pleased with the response from many of the street’s businesses, as well as the fantastic feedback from local residents and visitors to the...
A strong start for Waterloo's new weekly wonder
Waterloo's new weekend produce market has got off to a terrific start. Since its launch on March the 1st, the Lower Marsh Saturday Market has been bringing London's best produce traders to SE1 on a weekly basis. At the first market several traders sold out just after lunchtime, while a pop-up restaurant run by Chateau Marmot at the old Coopers building proved an instant success...
Super-fresh salad and succulent smoked salmon are ready for you
Food fanatic Emily Reed has proved her organisational skills yet again by attracting yet more brilliant traders to Waterloo’s fantastic new weekend market. The fabulously grub-oriented food scholar has even attracted a salad producer based only 13 miles from Lower Marsh for Marsh Saturdays – the weekly produce market launching on March 1st. Emily said: “Marsh...
On Saturday 1st March, London will get a newcomer to its vibrant weekend food market scene as the Lower Marsh Saturday Market launches here in Waterloo. The new food market will see an exciting variety of stalls selling fresh and quality produce and speciality ingredients.
Visitors to the weekly market can expect to be tempted by biodynamic fruit and vegetables from Brambletye Farm, award-winning meats from Boarstall Meats,...
St George's Day will see a new arrival in Waterloo.
A new satellite market stall for Lower Marsh will be unveiled in Waterloo on St George's Day - Tuesday, April 23rd. The stunning structure is being created by aberrant architecture and has been made possible by Waterloo's "Portas Pilot" status. The Portas Pilot sees a unique funding stream administered by the Mayor of London in partnership with Waterloo Quarter and...
With a new manager and a new layout, Waterloo’s street market is definitely going places.
Do not fear – despite the metal fences, diggers, hard hats and fluorescent jackets Lower Marsh is still open for business. Contractors on the Lower Marsh Regeneration Project – a seven-figure facelift for the iconic Waterloo street – have now moved down to the Cubana end of the road. The works mean that all of the market stalls have been...

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