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A very festive Edenbridge Market

Support your local High Street and market this Christmas by shopping local

Come along to shop seasonal produce for your festive meals as well as gifts, plants and decorations. Pick up some delicious treats (you might not be able to save them for Christmas!) and enjoy some hot food and refreshments.

Eden Songsters and A Capella Choir will be singing traditional carols and popular Christmas songs on Thursday 14 December (11 am to 11.40 am) There will also be a festive area with a North Pole letterbox for all those letters to Father Christmas. View more details about Letters to Father Christmas

Check what stallholders are attending each week by visiting or follow Edenbridge Market on Facebook.

For more places to shop in Edenbridge visit

The last market for the year will be Thursday 21 December, returning 4 January 2024.

The market runs Every Thursday from 8am to 2.30pm (some stallholders stay later) at Market Yard Car Park, off the High Street TN8 5BB. Free parking available.

Come along between 11 am and 1 pm
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Post your letter to Father Christmas!

A message from the Elves to the children of Edenbridge

If you’d like to tell Father Christmas about all the kind things you have done this year, you can send a letter via the festive Edenbridge post box. All mail will get sent 1st class directly on the North Wind from Edenbridge to Mrs Claus (because let’s face it – she’s the one that sorts out all of Santa’s admin for him!) Bring your own letter and pop it in the box – perhaps on the way to/from school – or come along to our North Pole Post Office at Edenbridge Market and craft your letter there – a nice little activity for little ones.

The North Pole letterbox will be at the market on Thursday 30 November as well as 7 and 14 December, 11 am to 1 pm.

*Dear Parents – Father Christmas won’t be able to send a reply, but he hopes this activity will bring some festive happiness to the children of Edenbridge.

Visit Edenbridge Market again on 21 December and we’ll have some token gifts to hand out to all our small letter writers that have posted a letter!

Community News Market Young People

Free summer fun in Edenbridge!

Families have been enjoying our family fun days at Stangrove Park as well as some special activities at the weekly Thursday market – all for free!

Edenbridge Market

Takes place every Thursday in Market Yard Car Park
8 am to 2 pm. From 11.30 am to 1.30 pm there will also be:

17 August: Decorate a cupcake

24 August: Face painting

Find out more about the market at

Family fun day

Two more dates left! 2 pm to 5 pm at Stangrove Park, with an extra activity each week:

17 August: Balloon modelling

24 August: Face painting

There’s no need to book, simply turn up and have fun. However, children must be supervised by a parent or guardian at all times. Activities are provided for children under the age of 12, but they may not be suitable for very young children.

Things for young people to do in Edenbridge

Did you know that 0-15 year olds make up around 20% of our local population in Edenbridge?* We are proud of the facilities we provide for this age group and the funding we are able to give to local groups that benefits young people in the town. Here’s a reminder of just how much there is for young people in Edenbridge, which may give some ideas of what to do during the summer holidays!

  • Blossoms Park skatepark and BMX ramps
  • Recreation Ground – home to Edenbridge Rugby Club and other sports opportunities
  • Playgrounds at Spitals Cross, Marsh Green, Stangrove Park and Recreation Ground
  • Stangrove Park outdoor gym and sports area including Street Snooker and Crossbar King

* Latest Census data available


Love Your Local Market 12-27 May


Love Your Local Market takes place in the UK from Friday 12 May to Saturday 7 May 2023.

It’s an opportunity to celebrate all that’s great about our local markets, so why not come down to Edenbridge Market and show your support!

The market runs every Thursday at Market Yard car park from 8am to 2pm (although the fruit & veg stall tends to stay all day). We have lots of regular stallholders, as well as Lloyds Mobile Bank, which comes every other week.

Market history

Did you know – Edenbridge market was established by a Charter granted by Henry III in 1227. You can find out more about the market on our website and check which stallholders are attending each week at  

New businesses

Are you a new business or just starting up? Local markets are a great way to get your business on the map and raise awareness within local communities – at an affordable cost too. They can be a great platform to meet potential customers, and to test ideas and products. Take a look at what we can offer and contact us to book a pitch!

Share the love!

If you’re on social media, help us share the love for Edenbridge Market – post your pics and use the hashtags #LYLM2023 and #EdenbridgeMarket


Support your local High Street and market this Christmas

Before you venture further afield or search online for gifts, make sure you check out what our local retailers have to offer – you’ll be surprised at just how much there is in Edenbridge!

You can discover some of the shops on the Visit Edenbridge website.

And why not pop along to the town’s weekly market – held every Thursday at Market Yard Car Park from 8am to 2pm. There is free parking or pedestrian access from the High Street.

On 1 and 8 December you’ll be able to pick up a real Christmas tree at the market. There will be 4/5ft trees as well as 6/7ft trees and larger ones available to order. Prices start from £40 and there will also be a selection of smaller potted trees that can be replanted. Free local delivery is also available.

On Thursday 22 December we will also be welcoming back children’s entertainer and magician, Andy Hiccup, to the market!

Visit the Edenbridge Market website to see what stallholders are coming along each week or follow Edenbridge Market on Facebook.

Market News

Edenbridge Thursday Market gets the spotlight

The Town’s weekly market has got a special shout-out in the August edition of Market Times – a national magazine published by the National Market Traders Federation (NMTF).

In the article, Lorraine Ganney (Responsible Finance Officer for Edenbridge Town Council), talks about the Council’s work to revive the market after the number of stalls had dwindled to just four last summer.

Fast forward to this summer, there are now around 10 stalls each week selling a variety of produce such as bread, fish, cheese, plants and cakes, as well as services such as knife-sharpening and watch repairs. There are also traders like John Beaney – he has been selling his fruit and veg here for the past 25 years and even organised deliveries during Covid. “John’s banter and friendly approach is a big hit on the market, especially among some older shoppers who look forward to buying their veg from him every Thursday,” says Lorraine.

Read the full article: Market Times August 2022 (

Edenbridge Market is on every Thursday 8.00 am to 2.00 pm at
Market Yard Car Park off the High Street (free parking)

School holiday fun at the market!

During the summer holidays there will be some FREE fun activities and entertainment for children to enjoy as adults browse the market.

Thursday 4 August, 11.30 am – 1.30 pm: Children’s entertainer and magician, including balloon-modelling

Thursday 18 and 25 August, 9.00 am to finish: Face-painting

Market News

Thursday Market – new traders invited

Edenbridge Thursday Charter Market, Market Yard Car Park, has spaces for new traders. If interested contact the Town Council on 01732 865368 or email

For a look at the market and information, click here.

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