1. Cook & Carlsson flowers

    You may have noticed that change has been afoot down the far end of the market in recent weeks. Spring is taking hold, thawing our cold noses and toes, and encouraging new blooms. Perfect time then to introduce one of our most recent additions to the Netil family…

    Cook and Carlsson Flowers combine classic English blooms with more unusual field flowers and greenery such as willow, pine, flowering asparagus and artichoke, red orach, grasses, wheat, mint, fennel, hops and rosemary, all sourced from local growers. 

    You can find them pottering away in the yard most days, on the market on Saturdays and at Chatsworth Road in the schoolyard on Sundays.

    http://cookandcarlsson.co.uk/

     


  2. Join us.

    Netil Market has established itself over the last 3 years and is now a bustling Saturday Market and an excellent platform for designers, makers and creative retail. The market aims to promote the work of artists, designers and independent businesses of all types. 

    At present we have 11 permanent traders who occupy the space throughout the week offering visitors a unique and personal service, with an bespoke opticians soon to join the mix that already includes Lucky Chip, Arrow Jewellery, BAO, The Cycle Pitstop and Terrone Coffee co. The plan is to make Netil Market a full-time creative retail, studio and event space. 


    We’re looking for all sorts of businesses to join us, though, at present, we are not looking for any more street food traders. Think furniture maker, gallery, bookshop, stationer’s, clothes shop, jewelers and everything in between. 

    Our trading license allows us to open 7 days per week - Monday to Saturday from 9am till 6pm and Sunday 10am till 6pm. We ask that traders with shop units open for our Market day every Saturday and also open independently throughout the week. 


    If you’ve got a great idea and want a home for it send your proposal to Sarah at market@creativenetworkpartners.com


    - Open to trade as a shop 7 days per week 
    - Show case your work in your own open style shop/studio 
    - Join our (growing and bustling) creative community 

    from £500/month

     


  3. Last Saturday was proper good

     


  4. Morty & Bob’s join the mix.

    Big love to our newest members of the Netil shack fam, Morty & Bob’s Gourmet Grilled Cheese. Those who have tried their epic toasties will be chuffed to hear that they’ll be curing Hackney’s hangovers from Netil every Saturday soon enough.

    Well happy.

    This is what they do

    This is who they do it for

     


  5. Grow your own in conjunction with Good Gym!

     

  6. arrowjewelry:

    Lending some pieces to a shoot with a fantastic team today! #london #jewellery #model (at Stoke Newington)

    Clever Tatiana with her beautiful jewellery. Grab yourself a pair of these at the market this Saturday.

     


  7. Fetch & Follow

    Fetch and Follow are proving to be a big hit with our four legged friends on the market. Taneale and Genesta have been making organic and seasonal dog treats and accessories for just over a year. 

    Both being dog owners themselves, they wanted to offer dog owners items which are natural, organic and eco friendly with a fun twist, through thoughtfully designed products, packaging and ingredients.

    In addition to homemade dog treats there are a selection of handmade pet beds, blankets, toys, cards and accessories. Woof!

     

  8. Last Sundays Yard Sale was brill. Cheers to all of our lovely stall holders, and to everyone who came down and spent a few quid - I had no idea £20 could buy so much.

     


  9. Help us & we’ll be your mate forever

    Dear Everyone,

    Netil Market has just one week left before our planning is up for review, meaning that our future is currently hanging in the balance. If our application is accepted it will secure the market for years to come (fun!) and give us greater control in how we manage it. 

    If you, dear market goers, could spend a few moments writing a nice supporting statement on our application, it would mean the world to us. 

    The case is open to comments for one more week. Comments can be made by clicking the following link and going to the link that says ‘Add comments here’. If you need any help at all then please do ask.

    http://apps.hackney.gov.uk/servapps/Northgate/PlanningExplorer/Generic/StdDetails.aspx?PT=Planning+Applications+On-Line&TYPE=PL%2FPlanningPK.xml&PARAM0=199708&XSLT=%2Fservapps%2FNorthgate%2FPlanningExplorer%2FSiteFiles%2FSkins%2FHackney%2Fxslt%2FPL%2FPLDetails.xslt&FT=Planning+Application+Details&PUBLIC=Y&XMLSIDE=%2Fservapps%2FNorthgate%2FPlanningExplorer%2FSiteFiles%2FSkins%2FHackney%2FMenus%2FPL.xml&DAURI=PLANNING

    Many thanks to you all,

    Sarah & The Netil Market Team. x

     


  10. Trader of the Week

    MINT Vintage Clothing are our Trader of the Week! These kids have caused us to part with a lot of our cash over the past few Saturdays. Their stall is a dedication to denim (dresses/ shorts/ skirts). Oh, and string vests. Bingo! 

    Oh, and their shop in Stoke Newington is always stocked with the best vintage mens and womenswear. Proper stuff.

    http://www.mintvintage.co.uk/