Epsom Market Days – June 2022
Posted by Francesca De Franco on 09 Jun 2022
Alongside the regular Wednesday, Thursday, Friday (includes French stalls from UK-based traders) and Saturday markets, which host a range of stalls selling fresh, local products such as eggs, seasonal fruit and vegetables, fresh bread, butchery and fashions, there are a number of speciality markets throughout the month. These include vegan, antiques, arts and crafts and speciality cuisine.
Read on to find out more about what’s on this month.
Epsom’s June Market Days
- Sunday, 12th June – Taste of the World
- Sunday, 26thJune – Vegan Market (note this is now bi-monthly instead of monthly; more details below)
The Farmers Market
The Farmers Market has been a firm fixture on the calendar for over 10 years.
Held on the first Sunday of every month (9:30am to 1:30pm), the market offers competitively priced high-quality products.
You will find a huge array of diverse, artisan and locally produced foods and products including: fresh meats, sausages, poultry, game, eggs, fish, fruit & veg, herbs, freshly baked breads, cheeses, pies, cakes and seasonal plants.
For more information visit: https://www.surreymarkets.co.uk/epsom-market/
Taste of the World Market
There’s always a great buzz and loads of amazing smells (and tastes)! There’s a huge array of global cuisine from Lebanese, Greek, French and Caribbean to Italian, Spanish, Pakistani and Thai with everything in between.
The Taste of the World markets take place 9.30am to 3.30 pm on selected Sundays and Bank Holidays. For the latest details visit the Facebook page here.
The Vegan Market – run by ethical vegan events – now takes place on a bi-monthly basis on the fourth Sunday of the month (next one after June’s is August 28th).
There’s a wide variety of vegan foods, products and produce and an impressive roster of regular stall holders that you’ll find on the market bi-monthly alongside new traders: https://ethicalveganevents.co.uk/market-info/
There’s everything from Nordic wellness drinks, spirits, free from cakes and date coffee to eco-friendly toiletries, dog superfood, faux fried chicken and cannabinoids.
Latest updates can be found here.
More information about all of the markets can be found here.
Want to be a trader?
Regular and casual traders are both welcome. The cost for casual trading is from £22.50 per day (if trading for 2 days or more). To find out more about the exciting offers for new traders go here. More details for becoming a trader (plus application form) can be found here.
Enjoy your shopping!