Information for Stallholders

Portobello Market runs on the first Saturday of the month (except in January) from 9.30 am to 1.30 pm in Brighton Park, Brighton Place, Portobello.

If you are inter­ested in hav­ing a stall, please down­load and read our stall­hold­ers policy and stall­hold­ers guid­ance below.  The mar­ket is oper­ated by Market Craft under con­tract to PEDAL, who remain the license hold­ers and set the policy on which pro­duce can be sold.

Stalls are stand­ard farm­ers mar­ket style Apex stalls, which have a 8ft x 4 ft table with a can­opy over the top.  You can book a whole or half stall. Prices are:

  • Whole stall = £50
  • Half stall = £25
  • Whole stall (char­ity or edu­ca­tion­al) = £35
  • Half stall (char­ity or edu­ca­tion­al) = £17.50

To Book a stall, please down­load, com­plete and sign the Booking Form and Liability Declaration above, and return these to Nick Paul of Market Craft at the address giv­en in the forms. For any fur­ther inform­a­tion on book­ings con­tact Nick at or on 07528 530502.

For inform­a­tion on our Stallholder Policy or mar­ket pub­li­city con­tact Graham Kitchener at

8 responses to “Information for Stallholders

  1. Hi,
    My hus­band makes and designs one of unique mir­rors using reclaimed wood. We where won­der­ing if this is what you are look­ing for one of your stalls.You can see some of his work on face book Fisherrrow Reflection.
    Many thanks Alan and Helen Grant.

    • Hi there Alan and Helen — I’m sorry its taken us a while to get back to you, we don’t check the web­site as often as we should. Please could you email Graham, our mar­ket co-ordin­at­or on: and he’ll be able to help out with this.

      All the best, Eva

  2. Hi ,
    My hus­band makes and designs unique hand craf­ted mir­rors using reclaimed wood , would this be suit­able for one of your stalls. You can see some of his mir­rors at Fisherrow Reflections.
    Many thanks Alan and Helen Grant.

  3. Hi I‘m inter­ested in tak­ing half a stall for your next mar­ket.

    I make drift­wood garden art, but also grow my own herbs, so would like have both items for sale.
    Do you think this would be ok ?

    Many Thanks

  4. Both!

  5. Far too expens­ive — this does not encour­age loc­al people to par­ti­cip­ate apart from the Hooray Henrys!

    • Hello Garry,

      Are you look­ing to take a stall but find the stall rent­al too expens­ive? Or are you say­ing you think the pro­duce on sale at the mar­ket is too expens­ive?

      Happy to have a dis­cus­sion on either point.

      Best wishes,

      Tom Black

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