Standard Quay, lies at the heart of Faversham, alongside Faversham creek, which runs from the Swale. Old sail-powered Thames barges that piled their trade in London can still be seen here, where they are moored and repaired. The town has interesting old inns, a guildhall and a museum.
Standard Quay, the historic “Monks Granary”, which dates back to 1791, and a flea market are all part of a regeneration scheme for the area to promote a vibrant waterside community and place of interest to live, work and visit. With a Garden centre, Tea room for refreshments, Upholstery service and also Jolie Maisons homeware store, and free car parking available. Come visit us. You may even pick up a bargain on Sunday mornings.
To book a stall, or ask about retail, office or industrial space, contact Janet Creed on 01795 597616 or
Faversham flea market at Standard Quay.
This attraction is open on Sundays and has evolved as part of a commitment to regenerate the quayside to create a new, exciting and vibrant community.
Farmers market at Standard Quay every Sunday between 10am and 2pm. All local produce, contact 01795 597 616 for further information.
We are also holding weekly boot fairs on Sundays from 10am to 3pm. Booking is essential. There is no need to get up at the crack of dawn.
Monks Granary Antiques and Collectors Centre
This venture is housed in a delightful 16th century heavily beamed Granary. More than 20 established dealers offer a wide selection of quality and affordable items. Ranging from 20th century collectables. Retro, designer and vintage clothing, jewellery and furniture. Something for everyone and if you can’t find what you want, we will happily try to source the item for you.
Open seven days a week from 10am to 4pm.