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    Maeve Waite

    24 year old work psychologist, mental health advocate and future dachshund owner. occasional writer, baker and photo taker. posts have been featured on time to change and mental movement magazine, and I sometimes like to write all lower case.
    London, UK

    London Life: Broadway Market.

    Well I think I've found my new favourite market in London. Broadway Market is situated in East London, in the borough of Hackney near London Fields. It's mainly a food market, but occasionally there are flowers, jewellery, clothes and gift stalls dotted up and down the road, down towards Regent's Canal.

    I found this to be one of the cheaper markets in London, with prices from about £1.50 upwards - far cheaper than Portobello or Borough.

    There's a huge range of food, catering to all different diets. We passed doughnuts, meringues, brownies, cupcakes, cookies, eclairs....a dessert-lover's (i.e. me) dream. There aren't a lot of places to sit and eat, but London Fields park is just a stone's throw away, and sometimes there are deckchairs, but I think these are just in summer!

    If you want to experience a true London market that's a bit different, less crowded, and cheaper, head to Broadway!

    Nearest tube station: London Fields, Cambridge Heath or Haggerston overground stations


















    M x
    Well I think I've found my new favourite market in London. Broadway Market is situated in East London, in the borough of Hackney near London Fields. It's mainly a food market, but occasionally there are flowers, jewellery, clothes and gift stalls dotted up and down the road, down towards Regent's Canal.

    I found this to be one of the cheaper markets in London, with prices from about £1.50 upwards - far cheaper than Portobello or Borough.

    There's a huge range of food, catering to all different diets. We passed doughnuts, meringues, brownies, cupcakes, cookies, eclairs....a dessert-lover's (i.e. me) dream. There aren't a lot of places to sit and eat, but London Fields park is just a stone's throw away, and sometimes there are deckchairs, but I think these are just in summer!

    If you want to experience a true London market that's a bit different, less crowded, and cheaper, head to Broadway!

    Nearest tube station: London Fields, Cambridge Heath or Haggerston overground stations


















    M x
    . Wednesday, 6 September 2017 .

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