Three Sussex second hand markets have been named in the top ten in the country. 

Lewes Flea Market, Department in Hove and Pevensey Bay Boot Sale all made the list.

The rankings, by South Western Railway, used Google reviews to give each market a shopping experience score out of 100 based on the feedback. 

Lewes Flea Market in the town's Market Street came second overall and was praised for the variety of products on offer. 

Lewes Flea Market 'brims with diverse trinkets'Lewes Flea Market 'brims with diverse trinkets' (Image: Andy Li)

A spokesman for South Western Railway said: "Spanning two floors, it brims with diverse and intricate trinkets, furniture, pottery, vinyl records and garden pots, promising visitors an exciting rummage.

"Lewes Flea Market has upheld its reputation as a charming vintage treasure trove since opening in 1992."

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Fourth on the list was Department Flea Market in Blatchington Road, Hove.

Department in Blatchington Road, HoveDepartment in Blatchington Road, Hove (Image: Google Maps)

The spokesman said: "Department is a popular choice for locals and visitors alike, stocking a wide range of vintage goods from 30 sellers over its two floors.

"With something for everyone, the market has fresh vintage and antique stock arriving every day, offering everything from retro vinyl to furniture, lighting, art, books and more."

Pevensey Bay Boot Sale is held on a field off the A259Pevensey Bay Boot Sale is held on a field off the A259 (Image: Google Maps)

The full list of the top ten is:

  1. Hackney Flea Market
  2. Lewes Flea Market
  3. Bath Saturday Antique and Flea Market
  4. Department, Hove
  5. Haynes Lane Market, Crystal Palace, London
  6. Pevensey Bay Boot Sale
  7. Great Amwell Car Boot Sale, Hertfordshire
  8. The Kelham Flea House Clearance, Sheffield
  9. Wood Street Indoor Market, Walthamstow, London
  10. Cardiff Indoor Flea Market