Mentioned in the Domesday book and located in the heart of Faversham’s historic town centre, with it’s stilted Guildhall, town pump and medieval buildings as a backdrop, we are very proud of our market and it’s status as the oldest market in Kent.
Faversham’s Charter Market runs on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays every week, selling a range of local produce, household items, plants, collectibles and other interesting bits and pieces. We also have two monthly markets – Best of Faversham Arts, Crafts and Food Market on the first and third Saturday of the month in Preston Street and Faversham Antiques and Vintage Market is held in the Market Place and Court Street on the first Sunday of every month, except September.
Faversham Charter Market will be restarting in the Market Place from Tuesday 2nd June. This will be very low key, with a minimal number of stalls selling groceries, household goods, fruit & veg and plants. Comprehensive distancing measures will be in place.
We kindly ask our customers:
– not to visit the market if you are unwell or have any Covid19 symptoms
– to please follow the queue signs and maintain a 2m distance
– to use contactless credit cards where possible (although some traders still currently only take cash)
– to respect the Market’s rules which will be on display
– to return to the market at a later time if its busy when you arrive.
We are very carefully restarting the Market and we ask for your patience during this very usual time. Our priority is, of course, to take great care of the safety of our staff, traders and customers. We’re going to take this slow and steady Keep well and stay safe.
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