Lymington Charter Market
Lymington Charter Market is a traditional market, established in 1250.
When the town was given a Charter (a document granting certain rights to the people of the town), this enabled Medieval Lymington to hold its own market. Farmers, traders and merchants would come from far and wide to sell their goods.
The High Street was deliberately designed to be wide enough for a market to be held regularly.
Nowadays, there are over 90 stalls along Lymington High Street every Saturday from 8am until late, which is popular with local residents, visitors and tourists alike.
ADVISORY NOTICE: To avoid a Penalty Charge Notice, please do not park on Lymington High Street between 06:00am - 06:00pm every Saturday.
MARKET SUPERVISORS - contactable 6:00pm-8:00pm on Fridays and 6:00am-6:00pm on Saturdays
Mr Dave Wise
Ms Jo Kelly
Mr Alan Barwick
Mr Alex Forster
m: 07585 607358
t: 02380 285893