Well Street Market is more than a market. London's most innovative street market has street food, produce, fashion, live music, and London's first teenage and student makers markets.
Well Street was once part of an old country lane from the 1850s stretching from Shoreditch to Homerton and the banks of the river Lea.
An early trader at this market went on to become a founder of one of Britain's most successful businesses. Tesco was founded by 21 year old Jack Cohen who started trading from a barrow in Well Street Market in 1919 alongside dozens of other stalls.
First Saturday of every month
Well Street Market takes place on the first Saturday of every month.
Find out more at the Well Street Market website.
Traders wanted for Well Street market
We would like to hear from anyone interested in becoming a market stall trader at Well Street market.
The market will operate on the first Saturday of every month, from 9am till 5pm.
To register your interest please email: firstname.lastname@example.org and give a description of the product you would like to sell along with your contact details.
Well Street, E9 6QU. Between Morning Lane and Terrace Road.
Nearest station: Homerton Overground or Hackney Central stations.
Buses: Morning Lane and Well Street 26, 30, 277, 388 and 425.
Controlled parking zone Q. Free parking on Saturdays.
- First Saturday of the month 9am - 5pm
Bank holiday opening
The market is not open on public/bank holidays except on Good Friday.
Street food, produce, fashion, live music, and London's first teenage and student makers markets.
Find out more about Well Street market
Address: Well Street Traders and Residents Association (WESTRA), 217-219 Well Street, E9