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Due to the rapidly changing situation regarding this virus, some markets may choose to close. This will be indicated on their pages.

If you have signed up for market reminders, we'll keep you up-to-date with closures and reopenings.

The following markets have either opened or are due to open shortly (click to see Market's page): Aylesford, Bexhill, Bishops Park, Brentford, Capel-le-Ferne, Cliftonville, Deal Saturday Market, Earl's Court, Egerton, Folkestone (LEAF), Hastings, Herne Bay , Hildenborough, Hythe, Knockholt , Lenham, Lewes, Lewes Craft Market, Lewes Friday Food Market, Penshurst, Reuthe's, The Lost Gardens of Sevenoaks, Rochester, Rye, Sevenoaks, Shipbourne, Tonbridge, Whitstable, Wye

Shipbourne is running an on-line ordering service.

Re-Opened Markets :- All re-opened markets are following the Government's Guidelines to keep everyone safe, so you will find quite a few changes have been made. Social Distancing will most likely result in reducing the number of customers that may enter the market at any one time. This could well cause a queue to enter the market. Here again, you should conform to the Government social distancing guidelines.

New hygiene regulations will mean that stallholders are not permitted to offer tasters. You may also find that stallholders would prefer you to pay by card (by tapping it on their card reader). You will also find hand sanitiser stations in the market.

Hopefully this situation will not last for long but our main objective is to KEEP YOU SAFE

Market Managers :- Please click here for information and supplies which can help you re-open

Stallholders :- Please click here for information and supplies which will help you trade at the re-opened markets

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Your local Farmers' Market is the best place to buy fresh, local and seasonal food. At Kent's Farmers' Markets you can talk directly to the producer so you will know exactly where your food comes from. Why not make a note of the dates of the Farmers' Markets in your area. See HERE for details.