On the 6th February we will be at Brighton Open Market
From 9 am to 3 pm, free entry – donations welcome.
Don’t forget to bring some cash, some stalls are cash only.
Brighton Open Market is a new venue for Seedy Sunday, so we thought we’d tell you a little more about it.
Where is it?
Easy to find and very central, Brighton Open Market is packed with independent locally run businesses and sits between London Road and the Level. It’s less than a third of a mile downhill from Brighton station on lots of bus routes.
What is the Brighton Open Market?
Brighton Open Market is a Community Interest Company, which means it’s a social enterprise for the benefit of the local community. There’s a wide range of vibrant permanent
What else will be there the day of Seedy Sunday?
Many of the regular permanent market stalls will be open on the day. So, once you’ve got your seeds, you can explore a wide range of other option.
Smorls has delicious local, vegan and organic falafels and hummus, CasaAzul has fantastic authentic Mexican food, you can get great value fruit and veg from the Fruit Bowl and browse the vast range of Brighton and Sussex honey from The Honey Shop. You can also check out Rooted and Co, the wonderful plant and flower shop, and even get some very cool clothes and accessories from Vintage and Vintage, and Giant. You’ll need refreshment at the Flying Saucer café after all that!
And of course Seedy Sunday will be joined by some other invited stalls, including Infinity Foods selling four varieties of organic seed potatoes, (cash only), Brighton and Hove Organic Gardening Group, The Monday Group and the Real Junk Food Project along with Sussex Surplus.
What else do I need to know?
Brighton Open Market is designated as an outdoor venue – great for COVID safety, but it’ll be quite chilly, so wrap up warm! Dogs are welcome. There’ll be plenty of places to sit and catch up with your gardening friends, see you there!
Be inspired for the gardening year at Seedy Sunday!