Stalls and Catering in 2023

Check back regularly as we’ll list stalls as soon as they are confirmed.


As always we are showcasing the absolute best of Brighton and Hove organic gardening practices, organic seeds, plants and produce and growing advice for our local area.
Really pleased to be able to welcome back some of our familiar, favourite stalls bringing their heritage, rare and unusual seeds and plants. 

It wouldn’t be Seedy Sunday if BHOGG weren’t at our side championing organic gardening. Find out how to volunteer on their organic allotment, learn about their sell-out online courses and buy organic fertilizers; seaweed meal and potassium. 

Brighton Permaculture Trust will be selling seeds, plants and locally scrumped apple juice 

Infinity Foods

This year – as every year!  Infinity foods will be selling organic seed potatoes and shallots. 2023’s specially selected varieties are:

  • First Earlies – Maris Bard.
  • Second Earlies- Charlotte, Colleen.
  • Main Crop – Setanta, Arran Victory.

Plus some shallots!

Infinity Foods will be in the Marketplace 

The Monday Group

We’re delighted that Seedy Sunday regulars The Monday Group will be selling their bird boxes.

The beautifully handcrafted bird boxes raise funds to maintain and build stiles on Sussex public rights of way.

Lucky Cat Co.

Vegan Fudge & Truffles.

Also preserved moss and flower art.

Thomas Etty Esq

Heritage Rare & Ununsual seeds

Beans and Herbs

Organic Seed of Vegetables, Herbs, Flowers

SolSeed Landscapes

Ecological landscape design

Wooly Umbrella

A community-based textile group in East Brighton

I Am Natural

Selling handmade vegan organic skincare for perimenopausal & maturing skin

Tom Critchley

Plant supports made in the UK

Changing Chalk – National Trust

Our Travelling Hub engagement van is part of the Gateway to the Downs Project.

Ruby Taylor Native Hands

Showcasing craft workshops (wild basketry)

Stanmer Organics

Seedy Sunday was delighted to help support Stanmer Organics 25th anniversary open day last summer. 25 years dedicated to organic practice. 

Stanmer Organics is a collective of 18 projects spread across 17 acres of certified organic land on the edge of the South Downs National park

The collective is a mix of organic food/flower/herb/tree growing social enterprises and charities, arts and crafts practitioners and various Well-Being projects. We’ll list the projects coming here as they’re confirmed. 

Hearts and Flowers Brighton

We’ll have information about our CIC organic flower growing plot at Stanmer Organics. Will be selling vouchers for Pick Your Own as well as giving out flyers and information about workshops.

Special Branch Tree Nursery

Selling tree whips and promoting our local tree nursery

Brighton Grub Hub

Promotion of our food growing for foodbanks project up at Stanmer Organics.

Brighton CSA – Fork and Dig It CIC

Seed ID game, demonstrating our project, selling fruit bushes and willow canes

Wyld service

Organic fruits stall and crafts within Stanmer Organics

Forest Scapes @ Seedy Sunday

Activities from 10-2pm for children and their grown-ups.

Build. Explore. Create.

Warm clothing essential.


Berkson Bakes

Gluten-free cakes and brownies, many also suitable for vegans.

Café Domenica

Café Domenica is running a pop-up at Seedy Sunday up in the Seed Swap Hall. Expect hot and cold drinks, their famous coffee, teas, cakes, bakes and savoury snacks.  Café Domenica supports and trains young people with learning disabilities, helping them into paid employment.

Pop-up PAYF catering

Join us for morning coffee, lunch or afternoon tea at our pop-up PAYF catering by

Real Junk Food Project
Sussex Surplus

Serving up delicious food and hot drinks from rescued food.

If you don’t get there early you might miss their Sussex pumpkin brownies and Sussex apple cake.