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Queen's Market

​Queen’s Market is one of London’s most famous and diverse markets and one of its cheapest. You can find it right next to Upton Park underground station on vibrant Green Street with its thriving small shops, cafes and restaurants.

Up to the turn of the 20th century, the market ran along Green Street. It moved to its present site in 1904.

The market is very much part of the local community with events and festivals throughout the year, including an Easter egg hunt, a Santa’s grotto at Christmas, a summer festival and celebrations for Eid and Diwali.

It is also popular with chefs and foodies. It has hosted Jamie Oliver’s Ministry of Food television programme, been visited by BBC Radio 4’s Food Programme and has also featured in national newspapers and magazines. And it is known worldwide as the former workplace of the £1 Fish Man.​​​
Vegetables for sale at Queen's Market

Visit Queen’s Market

You can find Queen’s Market at:
 
Green Street
Upton Park
E13 9BA.
  • Tube: Upton Park (District line and Hammersmith and City line)
  • Buses: 5, 25 58, 86, 104, 115, 238, 325, 330, 376.

Trading days

Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
 

Trading hours

9am - 6pm.
 

Goods sold

Queen’s market serves the very diverse local community so you will find African, African-Caribbean and South Asian fresh foodstuffs as well as jewellery, fabric and trimmings from the Indian sub-continent and household goods and kitchenware for all cultures.
 
Goods sold include:
  • fresh fruit and vegetables
  • fresh fish and seafood
  • fresh meat
  • new clothing
  • costume jewellery
  • bags
  • footwear
  • fabric and haberdashery.
 
 

Trading at Queen's Market

Apply to trade at Queen's Market

At present we are only renting a casual pitches (renting by the day) depending on what space is available and the type of goods you are selling.

After trading for a minimum of three months we may consider an application for full time permanent trading.
 

Special introductory offer

Fancy being your own boss? Are you an existing market trader? 

Queens Market is looking for new traders and for the first two months of trading we are offering a 30% discount against the current pitch fees for casual trading.

This is an ideal opportunity for anyone who is considering starting their pwn business with minimal outlay. 
 
For full details, go to the market trading licence page.


Charges 

Casual trading

  • Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: £27.81 per pitch per day (see discount scheme above)
  • Saturday: £32.96 per pitch per day

Kiosk casual pitches

  • Kiosk small pitch: £11.33​​​​
  • Kiosk medium pitch: £17.51

You will be responsible for sourcing and paying for any electricity you use.

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Contact us

  • Markets Team
    Unit 7
    Queen's Market
    Green Street
    Upton Park

    020 8475 8971

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