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 it is known as Market Yard car park, a general market is held there on Thursdays, from 8am to approx. 2pm.
Goods ranging from fresh food to household items can be found here (more details are below and links to traders websites).
The Thursday market has capacity for new traders, you do not have to commit to every week and you can opt for just a seasonal stall.
All traders are required to provide proof of public liability insurance or their Market Traders licence. They will have to adhere to the provisions to providing safe, tidy stall area and comply with relevant legislation.
To contact the Town Council, please ring 01732 865368 or email email@example.com
John Beany Fruit and Veg – @JBfruitsjohnbeaney
Rossi bread and cakes –
Heritage Cheese – www.heritagecheese.uk
John’s watch accessories, lighters and nick naks.
Lloyds Mobile Bank attends every other Thursday from 9.30 am.
Food Act 1984 Part 111 enables the Town Council to determine what market days it wants to use. Click here for a copy of the current declaration.
The Market Officer (or council officers) risk assesses each new stall as well as weekly inspections and checks. Market Risk Assessment – this is formally checked quarterly; any changes at anytime would trigger a review of the Annual Risk Assessment.