Market place without stalls
|Location||Romford, Havering, Greater London|
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|Address||Tollgate House, Market Place|
|Management||Havering London Borough Council|
|Owner||Havering London Borough Council|
|Goods sold||General goods, food|
|Days normally open||Wednesday, Friday, Saturday|
|Number of tenants||270 stalls (150 regular traders)|
Romford Market is a large open market with 270 stalls, located in Romford, London Borough of Havering, Greater London, England. The market is open on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 8.30 am to 4.30 pm (5 pm on Saturdays).
The market originated as a sheep market in 1247. Under the Royal Charter of the Liberty of Havering, granted by King Henry III no other market is permitted to set up within a day's sheep drive (six and two-thirds miles) of Romford. The market is the subject of a 1726 legal case called Keech v. Sandford. This is one of the foundational cases of English trust law, on the fiduciary duty of loyalty. The market was also used to film parts of The Prodigy's music video for the track "Voodoo People" remixed by Pendulum, and also a film starring Chris Kamara.
- "Romford market". National Market Traders Federation. Retrieved 16 November 2013.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
- Havering London Borough Council – Romford Market
- English History Online – Romford Economic History
- Keech v. Sandford (1726) Sel Cas. Ch.61
- Transport for London – Buses from Romford (PDF)
- BBC London News – New look for Romford Market. 26/03/07.