East Street Market
is a busy street market
in south London
. It is large and vibrant and is good for African and Caribbean
fruit and vegetables, material and household goods. It is located at .
It is open every day except Monday. Sunday is the busiest day as the market consists of over 250 stalls including the weekly plant market.
The market runs down East Street from the junction with Walworth Road to Dawes Street.
East Street market is also known locally as 'The Lane'. There has been a market on this site since 1880.
East Street is also the birthplace of Charlie Chaplin and features in the title sequence to the television programme Only Fools and Horses.