Royston Town Market   

Please click here to read the Royston Town Council Market Strategy. 

A Brief History of Royston Market

The market town of Royston was awarded its Charter during the time of Richard I (1189). Icknield Way, Ermine Street, High Street and King Street marked the original areas of the market until gradually the buildings in the centre of the streets became permanent buildings and the market was moved to its current position today on Market Hill.

The market operates on a Wednesday and Saturday with trading starting at 8am and finishing at approximately 3.30pm. 

Royston’s Market Traders

Royston Market boasts a number of traders who have worked on the market for a considerable period of time. This longevity speaks volumes for the quality of products on offer and detailed below are just a number of the stalls that you will find on both Wednesdays and Saturdays.

St Ives Wholesale Ltd fresh fruit and vegetables – Royston market benefits from this reputable and well established fruit and veg stall which offers a wide variety of quality produce and has operated in Royston for over 20 years now. They will also deliver locally to the general public and local caterers.

F.E. Tuckers and Sons Fish Stall – This fishmonger travels all the way from Great Yarmouth to work on the market and has done so since 1958. They continue to provide a tremendous variety of fresh fish such as skate, haddock, sea bass, cod, salmon and plaice along with seasonal shell fish.