What is Refill Station Camden?

We have teamed up with Hemingway Design to build Refill Station Camden - our first trailer stall  made from reclaimed and recycled materials.

Refill Station Camden will sell unpackaged grains, liquids and cleaning products to customers with their own reusable bags, mugs or boxes. Biodegradable, recyclable or reusable storage containers will also be available.

We will be partnering with local entrepreneurs, businesses and market traders to help promote and sell local, ethical products and services to Camden residents at affordable prices.

This project is part funded by the London Waste & Recycling Board, and is supported by the North London Waste Authority and Fair-well.

Find out more at our Think & Do Space on 15 November, 1.30pm -4.30pm.

Where can I find the Refill Station Camden?

Refill station Camden will first appear at our Eco-festive pop-up's (each with around 20 stalls) on: 

•    14 Dec, 10.30am - 3pm, Swiss Cottage Open Space, Swiss cottage NW3 3NR
•    20 Dec, 10.30am - 3pm, Chalton Street, Somers Town NW1 1JB
•    21 Dec, 9am - 3pm,  Queens Crescent, Kentish town NW5 4ED

We welcome residents and like-minded shops and traders to join or visit us.

Refill Station Camden will then be permanently based at Queen Crescent Market from January 2020.

How can I get involved in Camden's Eco-festive pop-up's?

We are inviting enterprising residents, street traders and businesses to send in their expressions of interest for running a pop-up stall. Trading licensing and admin fees start at £30 per market. 

Trading activities for qualifying traders will be subject to  temporary event licensing.

The deadline for applications is 12noon on 10 December 2019.

Email a completed application form to events@camden.gov.uk

 

 

 

Trader and stall requirements for Eco-festive pop-up's?

We are inviting enterprising residents, street traders and businesses to send in their expressions of interest for running a pop-up stall.

We are looking for ethical, sustainable stalls and your product range or idea must:

•    be aiming for zero waste
•    feature ethical and sustainable products
•    ideally be free from single use plastic
•    be 100% unpackaged or allow for 'packaging free' sales
•    have locally sourced products and content

No single use items should be shared or used, only reusable and recyclable products and utensils.

There will be some essential parking, but we support any car sharing and low carbon transport options.