When you think of markets at London Bridge, no doubt you instantly think of Borough Market. However there is a hidden gem I want to share with you today, Flea at Flat Iron Square.
Flea market pops up on a Sunday and is full of vintage clothing treats, furniture, flowers, art, jewellery and books. More objects than you could ever imagine! Danny and I popped down last weekend for a good old nosy and found ourselves stopping off for a hot chocolate and a fun game of chess on the way.
One of my favourite stalls had the most random things you could think of, from nutcracker dolls to key rings with real-life bugs and even a tortoise shell. The clothing stalls have fur coats, denim jackets, evening gowns and if you look hard enough you’ll find some real gems like I did with the Gina and Chanel shoes.
Surrounding the Flea market there are also plenty of food stalls and places to stop off for a snack. Including pizza, hot dogs made on the back of a motorbike and lamb kofta served with the best spicy sauce Danny says he’s ever had.
If you love a good rummage at a flea market or fancy tracking down those Chanel booties, Flea at Flat Iron Square runs every Sunday from 10am-5pm and is just a short walk from London Bridge station, which is easily accessible via Southeastern trains.
Southeastern Railway asked me to share my hidden gem, but they also want you to share your own hidden gems in the South East. Share your favourite hidden spots on social with the hashtag #SEhiddengems.
This post was sponsored by Southeastern Railway.