Romford Market is an open street market which is owned and operated by Havering Council.
It's history dates back over 767 years.
Today the busy and vibrant market continues to thrive and is considered to be one of the largest and best street markets in the south-east.
Where is it?
It is located in the heart of four different shopping areas - The Liberty, Mercury Mall, The Brewery and Romford Shopping Hall.
Map of location
What does it sell?
The market offers a wide variety of products and there are various food stalls which also provide covered seating areas. Very close by there is a large selection of bakeries, cafés, pubs and restaurants and so the market offers a very attractive visitor experience for everyone.
There is an excellent range of goods sold at the market - why not visit us to find out more.
Romford Market is open on the following days:
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Events take place throughout the year.
Please visit the events web page for further information.
How to get a pitch at Romford Market
Romford Market is especially seeking speciality traders.
You can view the documents below for everything you need to know. We only accept fee payments by either Debit or Credit Cards (Visa, Maestro or MasterCard).
Casual traders pitch fees start from £17.80 per day for Wednesdays and Fridays and from £25.05 per day for Saturdays. To trade, three documents are required:
- Proof of Public Liability Insurance (minimum cover £5M)
- One utility bill
- A passport or photo driving licence
Apply for a pitch
Shops to let
Havering Council own a number of shopping parades located within the Borough. If you are looking for premises to rent in order to establish or expand your business, please visit the property to let web page.
FREE Coach parking is available.
Coach driver lunch vouchers and coach party passengers hot food discounts are available - please contact the market office for full details.