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More market hall traders returning to their stalls

16th June 2020

More market hall traders returning to their stalls

More Shrewsbury Market Hall traders are returning to their stalls from Tuesday June 16.

Food traders have been open in the market hall right through the lockdown for customers to purchase essential supplies.

They have also been running home delivery services, which have been a lifeline to many customers, and these still continue.

Indian Street Food has been open for takeaways and, in recent weeks, further cafes and eateries have opened on Fridays and Saturdays for takeaways, alongside some other stalls. Urban Bikes UK has fully re-opened for bicycle sales and repairs.

From Tuesday June 16 more stalls will be returning to the market or extending their opening hours to also include mid week. These include homeware boutique Mistilley, White Rabbit Records, Atlas Rugs, The Icing Tip, Romy Design, Generations Antiques, Iron and merchants, Market Cookshop, The Cupboard, Vintage 49a, Botanique, Salopian Models and Snapdragon Wholefoods.

Other stalls, meanwhile, are making a gradual return. Many will initially open on Fridays and Saturdays including The Raven Bookshop, Thistle & Weeds card and gift shop, The Pet Stall, Company of Hounds, Rosie Read Art and Lock Stock and Smokiin’ Art Shop. Bespoke children’s designer Pollypea will initially open Saturdays only.

Mobility Homecare will initially open Tuesdays and Fridays, 12 noon to 4pm, and Sleepwear boutique Goodnight Sweetheart will open Wednesdays and Fridays, 10am to 4pm. 

Cafes and eateries House of Yum Thai street food and salad bar Tom’s Table will continue to open for pre-ordered takeaways on Fridays and Saturdays. Aleoli will continue to open Fridays and Saturdays, 8.30am to 1.30pm, for breakfast takeaways, cakes and filled flatbreads.

English Bridge Flowers will re-open in a much larger permanent stall on the gallery floor of the market on Friday June 19.

E-Collectica Games plans to return from June 30,Charika Creations from early July, Studio Yi from Thursday July 2. Washed Up Wood plans to return on Fridays and Saturdays from June 26 and Art K Duffy on Fridays and Saturdays from July 3.

The market will be losing two of its popular stalls. Ewe and Ply has left the market to concentrate on its wool shop in Oswestry and film camera specialist The Latent Image is leaving the market at the end of June to expand into larger premises in Shewsbury.

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