Near the end of the Metropolitan, Piccadilly and Central lines, you'll find Manor Farm Ruislip, a very special beautiful and ancient rural green space and home to Ruislip Duck Pond Markets for the last 9 years. It's a conservation and heritage site and amongst the old buildings and gardens is The Great Barn, where we centre our market twice a month. It's easy to spend a day here when the market is on, eat at the excellent street food stalls, buy a picnic to take over to Pinn Meadows and sit under the trees or in the wild flowers, or take a short wander through Ruislip Woods to the famous Ruislip Lido!
First Sunday every month 10am-3pm
Come and meet your local food producers! You can do your weekly shop and support local farmers and independent producers.
Food stalls serve you scrummy breakfast or lunch. Eat at the enormous communal tables, or just enjoy the Sunday papers provided. There are pencils and paper for the little (or big!) artists and Theo's famous 10 metre Lego free play table!. The petting zoo, face painting, and seasonal activities keep everyone entertained.
We've added products from small producers from all over the world. If it's not something that can be grown in the UK then we source the best Fair Trade, small batch or organic version.
Third Sunday every month 10am-3pm
The best local artists, crafters, food producers and ethical businesses. There are locally made arts & crafts, gifts, vintage, homewares and clothing. A tempting choice of locally made food both to eat here and take home. Musicians perform live. Specially for Ruislip we have lots of children's entertainment, face painting, hair plaiting, glitter heaven, a petting zoo and make & takes!
Email us if your children specially look forward to any of the actives to check they will be attending as each month tends to be slightly different!
racks are available at the back of the barn
park for free on Sundays in St Martin's Approach car park
welcome on a lead
Ruislip is 10 minutes walk for Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines
West Ruislip has buses to the market for Central line