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Epsom Markets this month

We're Open. Epsom Market. Est. 1685. See you there.

Epsom Markets are back allowing stallholders to sell their full range of goods. This is in line with Step 2 of the Government’s roadmap out of lockdown with non-essential retail re-opening from 12 April. 

Regular markets take place on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday plus special markets are held most Sundays.

For information on the weekly markets at Epsom Market Place see: 

Every Friday, in addition to our regular essential food stall market traders, UK based market traders selling French food also trade at Epsom Market Place. For more info see: 


Vegan Market
The Epsom Vegan Market usually takes place on the fourth Sunday of the month from 10.30am -3.30pm. The next market will take place on Sunday 25 April. See

Farmer's Market
The next Epsom Farmer's Market is on Sunday 2 May. This market usually takes place on the first Sunday of the month from 9.30am - 1.30pm. Find out more at

Taste Of The World Market
Takes place on a Sunday from 9.30am - 3.30pm. The next market is on Bank Holiday Monday 3 May. This market includes a selection of international street food to takeaway only. For more info see:

Epsom Craft Market
This specialist craft market returns to Epsom Market Place on Sunday 9 May 10am - 3.30pm. Pick up a coffee and delicious homemade treat as you browse a selection of handcrafted items from local makers and artists. 
For more info see:

All markets take place in the Market Place under the clock tower.

As you shop local, remember to shop safe when visiting our markets to keep stallholders and public as safe as possible. Please follow the socially distancing queuing system in place at each market stall. Use hand sanitiser and wash your hands as soon as you get home. Shoppers are encouraged to only handle items they intend to purchase and to pay via contactless where they can and when it's available.

If you plan to visit, please remember Hands. Face. Space. Fresh Air.


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