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Thursday Charter Market

The Thursday market has a selection of stalls providing fresh fruit and vegetables, range of plants for the garden and hanging baskets, greeting cards for different occasions, watch repairs, fresh bread, delicious cakes, and choice of cheeses.

If you are interested in having a regular stall, please enquire to information@edenbridgetowncouncil.gov.uk or call the council office on 01732 865368.

Edenbridge market was established by a Charter granted by Henry III in 1227. The site of a regular cattle market from the mid-1840s until 1928, the rings for tethering the cattle can still be found on the east wall. Today, the market has been more a general market selling fresh fruit and vegetables, other foodstuffs, household items and plants.

Edenbridge is located on the Kent/Surry border and is in the district of Sevenoaks. It is surrounded by the villages of Chiddingstone, Cowden, Four Elms and Hever. The B2026 is the main road that goes through Edenbridge which leads north to Westerham and A25/M25, and south to A264 to Tunbridge Wells or East Grinstead. It is a growing town with a population of approximately 10,000. The site is in the Market Yard Car Park set just off the high street and with a next of the idyllic Parish Church and churchyard.