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Shepperd's Bush Market
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Sheperd’s Bush Market, with a wide variety of fresh produce, exotic foods, colourful fabrics, jewellery, household goods and furnishings, has long stood as a one-stop shop for the local community, gaining a reputation as one of the most diverse and traditional markets in West London with a wide variety of fresh produce, exotic foods, colourful fabrics, jewellery, household goods and furnishings.

An assortment of businesses can be found trading from within the shops, stalls and railway arches, many of whom have been here for generations.

Serving both the local and wider community, the market is a great place to shop, grab a bite to eat, socialise with your community, discover new flavours, cherish the old and embrace the new.

Opening Hours

The market is open from Monday to Saturday 10am – 6pm

Closed Sundays

How to get there

Shepherd’s Bush Market, Goldhawk Road
Goldhawk Road 94, 237 Uxbridge Road 207, 228, 260, 283, 607
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