Begun with a vision of reviving the community market as a social institution, The Neighbourgoods Market was held for the first time in September of 2006.
Housed in the historic sky-lit warehouse of The Old Biscuit Mill, the market quickly established itself as a catalyst for – and celebration of – the urban renaissance that has seen the once dilapidated neighbourhood of Woodstock become the thriving heart of the city’s creative industries.
A decade later it remains the essential showcase of Cape Town’s finest micro-merchants, designer-makers, specialty-producers and food-alchemists.
A vital platform for the nurturing and growth of the individuals who turn their passions into prosperity, and a vibrant weekly meeting place to enjoy community, swap ideas and stories, and collectively contribute to the iconic culture of the Mother City.
The Market is a source for speciality foods & goods – a meeting point to enjoy the community, swop ideas and be inspired by the energy of Johannesburg! Aluve “Mjayfosho” Mjali was hanging out at the Neighbourgood Market with you and you.