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Walthamstow market

Walthamstow market
Tuesday-Friday 8am - 5pm
Saturday 8am - 5.30pm
 

History of the market  

Dating from 1885, the market is the longest outdoor street market in Europe and spans roughly a kilometre of Walthamstow High Street. Stalls sell an array of food, clothes, and household goods and are complemented by a wide variety of cafes and restaurants selling everything from Caribbean cuisine to traditional Cockney fare like pie and mash or jellied eels. 
 

Walthamstow farmers market

Sundays 10am-2pm
 
The Walthamstow Farmers Market, next to next to the Town Square and the Mall is run by the London Farmers' Markets takes place every Sunday on Walthamstow High Street, next to the Town Square and the Mall, between 10am and 2pm
 
Items including fresh bread, free range eggs, organic vegetables, cheese, poultry, succulent cooked sausages and plants are all on sale.
 
 

Travel directions

The market is held between Cleveland Park Avenue and Pretoria Avenue on the High Street, Walthamstow E17 within easy reach of both underground and main line rail services to Walthamstow Central/St James stations and local bus services.
 
The market can easily be reached by train or tube (Walthamstow Central) and by the
numerous bus routes that travel through or terminate at the bus station next to the town square, including the 34, 97, W19, 215, 230 and 212
 
 
 

New look market launched 

The new look market was launched on Saturday 31 March 2012 at St James Street the end of the High Street. The new look market  includes a variety of new stalls. For more information see Walthamstow Market launch
 
If you are interested in trading on a Saturday at the St James Street end of Walthamstow Market visit www.walthamstowmarket.com 
 

Trader information

 
Currently only casual trader licences are being issued to trade in the market and you should contact Waltham Forest Direct on 020 8496 3000 and ask for the Street Trading team if you are interested in obtaining such a licence. Please note that submission of an application does not guarantee that a casual trading licence will be allocated to you. This will be dependent on availability of trading sites and the commodity you wish to sell.
 
There is a non-refundable application fee of £35.50 plus a further charge for registration as a street trader.
 

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