Discover Westgate Hall Market every third Saturday of the month from 11am-3pm and we are now taking bookings for stalls. Stalls are just £15

Be part of this exciting project, we have already had very positive discussions with stallholders from the past year about how to build on its success in 2018.

To book  your stall, please download and complete the Stallholder Application Form with your details

Email back to us at:

We offer an extensive the range of locally produced artisan crafts and locally sourced and produced food.

We are committed to increasing footfall to the market, to achieve this we:

  • Place articles in the local press
  • Distribute flyers and posters to homes and businesses in Canterbury
  • Place a monthly advertisement in Index magazine (20,000 copies distributed locally)
  • Place Market signage in the High Street leading up to each Saturday market
  • Post on Westgate Hall’s social media platforms including twitter, Instagram and Facebook
  • Promote it on our website (currently under review watch out for more changes soon!)
  • Run regular promotions with My Canterbury
  • Post on Free Community Listing sites.
  • Host pop up events focussing on local skills, makers and food

The success of the market also relies on all our stallholders using their own contacts and networks to promote their presence at the market.  By working together, the market will continue to grow.

A full list of 2018 Market dates are below (Every 3rd Saturday of the month)

20 January, 17 February, 17 March

21 April, 19 May, 16 June

21 July, 18 August, 15 September

20 October, 17 November, 15 December

We welcome your ideas and contributions.  Join us at our next post market get together full details can be found on our facebook page Alternatively drop us a line at

We really appreciated everyone’s support of the market in its first year.  Our market is one of the key projects which Westgate Community Trust continues to develop for the people of Canterbury.  This is very much in the spirit of the Hall’s community tradition.  Built by public subscription 100 years ago, the public saved it from demolition in 2014.