Camden Refill Station comes to eco-festive pop-up market

Camden have teamed up with Hemingway Design to build Refill Station Camden - a trailer stall, transported by bicycle which is made from reclaimed and recycled materials.

“Refill Station Camden sells carefully sourced products including unpackaged grains, liquids and cleaning products to customers across the borough who use their own reusable bags, mugs or boxes to transport these.

“You can still catch Refill Station Camden before Christmas at our eco-festive pop-up market on Saturday 21 December at Queen’s Crescent Market.

“Following the festive period, Refill Station Camden will be based at Queen’s Crescent daytime market which is run on a Thursday and Saturday.”
Councillor Nadia Shah, Camden Council’s Cabinet Member for Safer Communities

As part of the council’s commitment to improving its street markets and addressing the climate emergency, it is holding a series of eco-friendly festive pop-up markets.

These will help promote and sell local, ethical products and services to Camden residents at affordable prices. They will include stalls with a product range or idea that aims to produce zero waste, feature ethical and sustainable products, be free from single use or bio-plastic packaging, be 100% unpackaged or allow for un-packaged sales or consist of locally sourced products or 100% recyclable products and contents.

Bring your own containers or bags or buy a recyclable reusable jar.

You can receive up to a 10% discount on unpackaged purchases. Visit to join the discount scheme.