A new farmers' market will be setting up their stalls in Portobello Road on Sunday 30 October, offering a range of fresh and organic foods. Shoppers can expect to find fresh fish, bread, cheese and meat as well as hot and cold bites to eat.
The market will stand alongside the Portobello Premier Farmers and Fine Foods Market - which opened in June this year - every Saturday and Sunday located opposite the clothes market on Acklam Road.
Managing director of the market, Dermot Cadogan, said: "We have already had a great response from traders who we already have on board, and there are more yet to come. The market is still growing and developing.
"The market is about good, organic food, in a friendly and local shopping environment."
Local charity the Westway Trust, owner of the land below and beside the Westway flyover, has backed and offered a hand with setting up the market.
Chris Bailey from the trust said: "From what I've heard from some of the locals here, this is exactly what the market has been missing, and offers something different for them.
"I love it down here and a lot of the food is absolutely outstanding, because it is fresh and organic.
"I hope the market can become a key place, not just for the tourists who visit Portobello Market every week, but also for the people who live close by, who can pick up their food on a regular basis."
So why shop at big-chain supermakets when you can discover and experience the best of local flavours?
Portobello Farmers Market opening on 30 October; open every Saturday and Sunday thereafter