Markets

Surrey Street Market

Surrey Street is an established road in the heart of Croydon. Part of the original old town, it runs from Scarbrook Road to Church Street and sits just behind Croydon High Street. It is perhaps best known for its historical street market. Originally known as ‘Butchers Row’ as the area was trading in livestock & meats, Surrey Street Market has been home to traders since 1276, it is one of the oldest markets in Britain.

Surrey Street market is open 7 days a week, selling a range of items, including fresh produce, fruit & vegetables. It has a great atmosphere and is bursting with independent traders, street food, homemade and artisan produce, arts and crafts. The market has recently been refurbished to help create a vibrant, pedestrian friendly zone, making it a great destination for shopping and relaxing in the heart of Croydon.

Surrey Street is only 9 minutes walk from East Croydon Station or you can access it by Tram (George Street Stop).

For more information see www.croydon.gov.uk/surreystreet

North End

North End is Croydon’s busy pedestrianised shopping street – and one of south London’s top retail destinations – featuring a range of street market stalls alongside buskers, high street retailers and independent shops.

New Addington Market

New Addington Market is one of Croydon’s last remaining traditional street markets and is open Tuesdays and Fridays. Locals and visitors alike love to shop here for bargains, for a range of goods including clothing, toiletries and food.

Crystal Palace Food Market

A community, not-for-profit Transition Town project bringing the best quality, locally sourced, low-carbon food into the heart of Crystal Palace.

EVERY SATURDAY 10am-3pm

HAYNES LANE, LONDON SE19 3AP

Their amazing fishmonger VEASEY’S won the prestigious Farm Shop and Deli Awards 2014 as “best fishmonger in the UK”.

MEAT • FISH • FRUIT & VEG• EGGS • RAW MILK • BREAD • CAKES • SALADS • HOT FOODS • THE CAFE THING • COFFEE • TEA • PASTRIES • DAIRY and munch munch more.

Get along and support local producers, small sustainable farmers & local growing projects.