Faversham Charter Market is held around the Guildhall in the Market Place (ME13 7AG) and along Court Street (ME13 7AL). The market is held every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday and is open for trading between 08:30 & 15:00 on Tuesday and between 09:00 & 16:00 on Friday & Saturday. The market is closed to traffic on Friday and Saturday between 10:00 & 16:00.
The Best of Faversham Arts, Crafts and Food Market is held in Preston Street Faversham (ME13 8NY). The market is held on the first and third Saturday of each month and is open for trading between 09:30 and 15:00. The market is closed to traffic between 10:00 and 16:00.
Faversham Antiques & Vintage Market is held in Central Car Park, Faversham (temporary 2018 home). The market is held on the first Sunday of every month except September.
As well as our bustling weekly and monthly markets, Faversham centre is full of independent shops, businesses and places to eat and drink.
After a mooch around our markets, why not stop off for a spot of shopping at one of the many events hosted at The Alexander Centre, then lunch at the Creek Creative Gallery or one of the many gastro pubs in town. Spend the afternoon going on one of the town’s many beautiful walks taking in the creek side, nature reserves or Saxon shore way. Or pay a visit to the famous independent Royal Cinema or the Fleur de Lis Museum.
For more information please visit www.faversham.org
Faversham is on the main railway line from London to Canterbury, Dover and Ramsgate, with most services running every half hour. With trains direct to London Victoria and a High Speed service to Kings Cross St Pancras, getting to Faversham is easy. Visit the National Rail website for more information and to plan your journey.
Free daytime two-hour on-street parking is available in St John’s Road, St Mary’s Road, Park Road, William Street, Chapel Street and Church Road.
There is one-hour free parking in Abbey Street and half-hour free parking in Court Street, West Street and Preston Street. Belvedere Road has no parking restrictions.
However, be aware that all these streets are residential and are more likely to have available spaces during Monday to Friday than at weekends.
For more information please visit www.swale.gov.uk