Located in the Heart of Old Town Croydon, Surrey Street Market is a popular six day market with a variate of stalls selling a range or produce and products including Fruit and Veg, Fashion accessories, Cheese and Dairy products, street food, home-made cakes & much more.
The Community of stall traders, local retailers and shoppers add to the feel and atmosphere of Surrey Street. Some of the traders come from generations of the same family who have had a stall in the market for hundreds of years.
The Traders are here and committed to serve you the public. With shoppers turning to supermarkets or on-line shopping, we all can give you something they wont – Personal Customer Service.
Become a Trader in Surrey Street
Surrey Street Market are inviting those who would like to become a stall holder to get in touch. At the present time, there are pitches available in Surrey Street.
You could be up and trading within a few days once your application has been successful. If you are looking to become a street trader in Surrey Street, please complete the enquiry form.
Pitches are available either on a daily basis (Casual License) or a permanent basis (Six days a week).
For further information on Pitch sizes and other useful information including the application form and license conditions, please visit the local authority website.
History of Surrey Street
Surrey Street original name was “Butchers Row” as the area was known for its trading in livestock & meats. In 1276, Archbishop Robert Kilwardby acquired a Charter for a market to be held on a Wednesday in Surrey Street.