The Eastbourne Borough market was first established in 2012 as a street and farmers market and has been growing in size and reputation ever since.
What does the market have to offer?
The Market is now home to over 30 separate traders selling a fantastic range of local products and hand made gifts including: Gluten free and home made cakes, Thai cuisine, organic bread, fruit and vegetables, smoked fish, pies, pastries, clothes, jewellery, crafts, flowers, cheeses, children’s clothes, chocolate, chutneys, antiques, handbags and much much more.
The Eastbourne Borough Market prides itself on its friendly bustling market atmosphere and quality offering of stalls. The market runs every Wednesday and Sunday on the pedestrianised precinct of Terminus Road in Eastbourne between 9am – 4pm and we would love for you to come and pay a visit to say hi to our friendly traders and pick up some fantastic local produce and gifts whilst you’re at it.
Special discount rates available
Some of our traders do offer discounts to Eastbourne Hospitality Association members so please keep an eye out for any stalls displaying the EHA logo at both the Wednesday and Sunday markets.
How to become a market trader
If you would like to know more about becoming a trader or you are an existing trader who would like to attend the Eastbourne Borough market then please do not hesitate to contact Luke on 01323 641144 or email Luke via the e-mail us link for further information.
We’re currently seeking new traders and have both single (3x3 metre) and double (6x3 metre) pitches available to rent.
We hope you have a fantastic time visiting the Eastbourne Borough Market!
A lovely,virbant, lively and friendly market! An amazing array of goodies to be had from each stall! I purchased a wonderful bag from the clothing stall that has such a great range of unusual colourful...
What a great market!! The stall holders are so friendly and they sell some brilliant locally sourced produce. I can smell the freshly baked bread from here!!
is just fantastic for the town, with fantastic stalls, and reasonable prices, the bread stall is so so hard to walk by, always have to stop and buy something, and the staff are always smiling and friendly...