A monthly riverside market is being launched in Hounslow , with any profits going to local charities.
It will be held on Saturday, April 16, from 10am-2pm, and then on every second Saturday of the month, between the same hours.
Fresh fish, organic meats, fruit and vegetables, and fresh bread and croissants will be among the produce available at the farmers market each month.
The artisan market will feature jewellery, toys, glassware, flowers and more, sold by local residents and businesses.
Shoppers will also be able tuck into food, including Mexican treats and BBQ grub, while enjoying music at the market.
Isleworth Riverside Events Calendar
- April 16 - Saturday Market 10am-2pm
- May 7 - Cycle & Rugby day 11am-3pm
- May 14 - Saturday Market 10am-2pm
- June 11 - Isleworth Riverside Party & Market 11am-4pm
- July 9 - Saturday Market 10am-2pm
- August 13 - Saturday Market 10am-2pm
- September 10 - Saturday Market 10am-2pm
- September 17 - Dog Show 12 noon-4pm
- October 8 - Saturday Market 10am-2pm
- November 12 - Saturday Market 10am-2pm
- December 3 - Isleworth Christmas Market, Christmas Carols & Light switch-on
The market, being organised under the Inspiring Isleworth banner, is one of a range of events planned at the riverside location in coming months.
A summer party, a dog show and a cycle and rugby day are among the attractions lined up by Isleworth Riverside Events, a not-for-profit organisation set up by Church Street Residents Association Community Group.
Any profits from the market and other events will go to two local charities: Isleworth Voluntary Care Network, which helps older residents and those affected by disability; and Friends of Cathja , which is based on a Dutch barge and helps people with mental health problems.
Suzi Mutch, who set up the market, said she was thrilled to secure such a beautiful location and delighted by the public "excitement and enthusiasm".
Church Street has been the subject of much controversy in the last few months.
The road was closed to through-traffic in December by Hounslow Council following complaints it was being used as a "rat-run".
The move has been welcomed by some but others have complained that there was inadequate consultation and say the closure has added to traffic on surrounding roads.