Sun 28th Aug
10.00am -
Cliftonville Farmers' Market

Market Days

Last Sunday every month except December


June Chadband
Market Manager
t:01843 226033
m:07568 379701

Freddie Hewett


The Walpole Bay Lawns
Palm Bay Avenue

Find us

Click to see detailed map

At the Clock Tower in Margate stay in the left hand lane, continue up the hill, past the bandstand and take the third turning on the left (Fifth Ave) or continue round the bend to Palm Bay Ave.


On street parking all around and close to the market



36 Food, 5 Home & Garden

Our Market

The Market is now held at Walpole Green, Palm Bay Avenue

Cliftonville Farmers' Market was created in 2001 by the Cliftonville Residents Association. It is run entirely by volunteers who give their time freely and it is self funded.

Cliftonville is extremely proud to have been voted:
- Kent Farmers' Market of the Year winner 4 times since 2006
- Kent Life Winner 2017 & 2019
- Pride in Thanet 2008, 2015 & 2016 (highly commended, 2014)

Walpole Green is located behind the iconic Walpole hotel located on the cliff top with wonderful sea views. If you are feeling energetic after the market there are some great cliff top walks and sandy beaches!

We are dedicated to promoting good quality food at fair prices. Our producers sell meat, speciality pies, seasonal veg & fruit, cheese, artisan bread, vegetarian slices, free range eggs, duck eggs, cakes, fudge, local honey, preserves, wild game, vegan cheeses, vegan bacon, vegan cakes, hand made chocolates, microgreens, Kentish saffron, Korean fermented food/drink, juices, olives, oils, vinegars, Russian food, cookies, meringues, savoury tarts, ethically sourced coffee, patisserie, plants, hanging baskets and more.

Visit the TURNER CONTEMPORARY just round the corner in Margate, 01843 220253 and the Retro shops in the Old Town.

Local News & Links

Why not stay on Farmers' Market day - shop with us and then stop for lunch at the Walpole Bay Hotel 01843 221703 which serves delicious bar snacks and afternoon tea and also houses an interesting Napery museum. The Palm Bay Cafe is also close by and the beach is just a stone's throw away.

Click here to read the Kent Life article describing Cliftonville Farmers Market then click on the page Numbers and enter 74