Crafted W5

Next event: Saturday 5 November 2016



On the first Saturday of each month, Crafted W5 will be cutting into Ealing Broadway, with our market partner Eat Me, Drink Me bringing you the best in local crafts, gifts and much, much more. 

What's more The Little Art Room will be on hand each month with a DIY session which is sure to send you craft daft.

Sample and support local suppliers, bringing you a variety of treasures, from sparkling jewellery to kitsch trinkets. Read on to find out more about the talented teams that will be visiting us this Saturday 2 July... 



Based in Brentford, Aggashe’s stall features lovely handmade jewellery - stylish, chic and elegant little creations, using a variety of materials such as silver, leather and beads. Made with passion, heart and soul.



Aimee Hocking

Photographer Aimee Hocking creates photographic fabric based on her own images. After teaching herself to sew, a business idea was born! Her cushions, bags and other products are made from vintage inspired fabric sourced in the UK, or her own-designed fabric – making them items which can’t be found anywhere else.




Jewellery designer Anita Dickinson creates beautifully unusual pieces using sterling silver, genuine gemstones and real pearls. All items are handmade and one of a kind.



Anna P

Anna P is an Eco Luxury designer/maker of hand bags. She handmakes her products using vintage pre-1960s feed sack fabrics and vintage Liberty prints combines with hand-dyed canvas, dip dyed velvets, and Italian and up-cycled leathers.  Each item is therefore a one-off creation.



Charlotte Berridge

Based in Ealing for 7 years, Charlotte’s range of local prints, cards and tea towels is inspired by the plentiful green spaces, parks and architecture around Ealing. She has used her illustrative style to create stylish prints of Ealing's favourite landmarks such as the borough's fabulous historic pubs - the perfect gift for anyone who knows, loves, or lives in the area. All items are designed in Ealing and printed in the UK. Charlotte graduated from Bath Spa University with a BA(Hons) in graphic design and illustration before embarking on a highly successful career as a Creative Director, specialising in launching and redesigning many influential UK magazines. In 2015 a decision to adjust her work/life balance led to her launching her print business.


Chatterbox & Button

Handcrafted oilcloth bags, gifts, aprons and homewares, handmade in Amersham by Laura Gibbs. Their lovely products are made from gorgeous fabrics and have a high quality finish as well as being highly practical. They use bright and attractive patterns, changing frequently with the seasons – making them the perfect gift.



Forever Living

Forever Living offer aloe vera based products for personal care, drinks, skincare, cosmetics, nutrition and weight management. Stop by to discover the power of aloe vera.


Frame Your World

Ealing based Frame Your World offers notebooks and prints featuring inspirational words and motivational quotes in pleasing typography. Ealing-based owner Leanne MacDuff is supported by The Prince’s Trust in her start-up business, and 10% of every product purchased will go to charity.



INHEELS produces ethical jewellery in Nepal, Cambodia and India using acrylic made from industrial waste, and bullets and bomb shells found in Cambodia. Owner  (and Ealing resident) Taeko Ohyama believes in ethics of production, which is why she uses sustainable materials and pays fair wages to the artisans who create her beautiful and unusual products.


Lettie B

Handmade jewellery from W5 and a favourite of the annual Ealing Christmas market, Lettie B will be back with their pretty & varied jewellery designs.

Lorna Kyle

Ealing based Lorna started making cards when her children were small so they’d have an usual gift to take to friends’ birthday parties. When parents started asking if they could buy them, she took the plunge, booked a table at a local school Christmas Fair and hasn’t looked back. Since then, Lorna has sold her cards & artwork all over London including Carnaby Street and Covent Garden. We love the vintage collector cards artwork featuring Batman, Dennis the Menace and more.



Alpaca is an obsession for Mamacha. It’s warmer than lambswool, silky soft to the touch – luxurious yet durable. Mamacha is a registered not-for-profit company working with small community projects in Peru. They believe the most sustainable solution to poverty is to give people the tools and resources to help themselves. Mamacha knitters are paid a good wage, with the price being determined by the group themselves, taking into account the time and skills a project took to complete. Knitters are paid promptly, and often given raw materials when necessary. The resulting Alpaca jumpers, ponchos and accessories are truly beautiful, and not only because of the manner in which they are produced.


NEMARI Candles

NEMARI was born from a passion for natural products and luxurious fragance oils. All NEMARI candles are handmade in Ealing in trendy black, white and silver glass jars. Owner Nella uses a mix of pure soy vegetable wax and high quality fragrances to create a slow burning, room filling, intoxicating candle.


Nepali Arts & Crafts

An eclectic mix of quality craft goods: handmade paper and paper products, handwoven children’s bags, hand carved wooden masks and boxes, silk and merino wool scarves, ornamental metal door handles, bone buttons, recycled silk yarn, hand painted tin trunks and money boxes. Nepali Arts & Crafts support and build relationships with craft workers in Nepal and take a buying trip to the country every year to find new and interesting goods. Suppliers are drawn from a mixture of one man businesses and larger fair trade organisations, with many of the products now made to order. Their story started in Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre back in 2006 when they launched their very first stall at the Christmas market and we’re delighted to invite them back 10 years later.


Rebeca Buttons

Rebeca is an Ealing resident but native Portuguese. She has always been interested in jewellery making, creating gifts for family and friends. As she was moving to London, her grandmother, who was a tailor, gave her a collection of beautiful and interesting buttons, and told her to “do what you like with them”. And she has, making adorable earrings from the collection.




RW WORKS is West London leather smith Richard Williamson. He makes limited run pieces he hopes you will keep and use for a very long time. Designing and hand-making everything in his West London workshop, he uses leather only from UK tanneries and suppliers. His beautifully made items include passport and cardholders, cable tidies for those unruly ear buds, roll-up bicycle tool holders, key rings, and of course, belts.



Sew Cheeky

Sew Cheeky is an Ealing-based collective of Katie, Emily and Abi who have been sewing and selling together for four years. They constantly research and share new techniques and ideas for their pretty original handmade items like key rings, tote bags, and greeting cards, all with a sewn element. They aim to find sewn solutions to their customers’ (and their own!) problems, like reusable sandwich wraps or bowl covers, always following a classic yet current style sense.


Tres Joli

Tres Joli sell colourful handmade, ethically sourced and environmentally sound products from Madagascar. They have become well known for their range of baskets (often seen being sold on continental markets) and in the summer months fantastic folding sunhats made from raffia. They also sell beads, spoons and bowls made of horn, and other raffia products including placemats, bread baskets and objects of decoration.

The ethos of Tres Joli is to support communities in Madagascar through trade, whilst showcasing the wonderful craftmanship from this country.




General opening hours


Additional Information

Ealing Broadway Store opening times may vary. Food and leisure will be open later – please check retailer websites for further details.


Please note that some retailers may vary from these times.

Search below for the shop details or view the full list of retailers

Getting here

Ealing Broadway
W5 5JY
020 8567 3453
  • Car

    Ealing Broadway car park is sign-postedᅠupon reaching the town centre. The car park can be accessed via Grove Road or Windsor Road. Please use the specific postcode W5 5BL to bring you to the car park entrance. View car park rates and opening times here. To open Google maps, please click here.

  • Train

    Fast and frequent trains run from Paddington to Ealing Broadway where the high speed service heads west to Slough, Reading and Oxford. Approximate travel time from Paddington to Ealing Broadway is 10 minutes. You can find further information on the train service here.

    By Tube

    Take the Central or District line from central London to Ealing Broadway. The Centre is just a two minute walk from the station. The Piccadilly line serves South Ealing station. For more information visit Transport for London. 

  • Bus

    Ealing Broadway is on regular bus routes which pass close to the entrance to the Centre. You can catch the 83, 207, 427, 607, N207 services on The Broadway towardsᅠHanwell to the west and Acton, or Hanger Lane East and North. The 65 stops on the High street towards Brentford. You can find out more information on the bus services here.

  • Bike

    Ealing Broadway has 45 spaces for bicycles. Located at Grove Road, St. Saviours Walk, and Grove Road car park entrance next to Explore Learning.


There are lifts available at Ealing Broadway. Lifts are located outside Tesco, at the Oak Road entrance and at Oxford Road entrance.

Ealing Broadway is wheelchair accessible at all entrances and four passenger lifts are provided to access Level 1 of the Ealing Broadway while three serve the upper car park levels. Blue badge spaces are located on Level 1 of the car park, adjacent to the Library and further spaces are available on Floors 3 and 5 close to the Twin Tower passenger lifts.


Accessible toilet facilities are available on the ground floor on the Oxford Road entrance. For access, a radar key will be required. There are additional Accessible Toilets within the mens and womens toilets. For directions please see Google Maps here.

Baby changing facilities are available within the mens and womens toilets. There are also baby feeding facilities in the woman’s toilets. For directions, please see Google Maps here. Baby changing facilities are also available within M&S.

Ealing Broadway has spaces for over 600 cars from Monday to Friday and over 800 cars every weekend. The car park is open from 6am - 12 midnight and can be accessed from either Grove Road via St Mary's Road (opposite Ealing Green) or Windsor Road via Ealing Common.

Tariffs Monday - Sunday:
0-1 hour: £1.00
1-2 hours: £2.00
2-3 hours: £3.00
3-4 hours: £4.00
4-5 hours: £5.00
5-6 hours: £6.00
Over 6 hours and up to 24 hours: £12.00

Lost ticket charge: £12.00

Motorbikes are welcome in the dedicated motorbike park under the Grove Road car park entrance ramp.

Our car park has received the Park Mark, given by the Police to car parks that have achieved the standards of the Safer Parking Scheme, designed to reduce crime in car parks.

Please note that bank holiday’s follow the usual weekday tariff.


Cash machines are available at the following locations on the ground floor: St. Saviour Mall (next to the Tesco exit), Oak Road Entrance (HSBC and Lloyds) and within M&S.

There are further accessible toilets as well as a Changing Places facility located on the first floor, which can be accessed by the lift closest to the Accessible Toilets on the ground floor. For directions, please see Google Maps here.

A ChargeBox® facility is available at Ealing Broadway, so you can charge your mobile devices securely while you shop. This is located outside Broadway Court.

Ealing Broadway offers free wifi to all of its customers.

Toilets are located on Level 1 near the Management Office. For directions, please see Google Maps here.


The Car Wash Company are located on Level 4 of the car park, offering a wide range of wash and valet services.

Selected stores offer a Click and Collect service. See individual store listings for details.


Lost property enquiries can be directed to the Management Office located located on Level 1 (adjacent to the toilets) or by calling 020 8567 3453

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