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Non-essential retail to return to Grimsby Top Town Market

3:08 pm, Tuesday, 6th April 2021 - 3 years ago

General

As part of Step Two of the Government’s roadmap out of lockdown, all non-essential traders will return to Grimsby Top Town Market from Tuesday 13 April.

Throughout the course of the pandemic, the market has remained open selling fresh, quality, essential produce to the local community with COVID-safe measures in place at all times. This has included compulsory mask-wearing, regular hand sanitiser stations and arrows guiding people around a socially distanced one-way system.

In line with Government guidance, and to provide a safe shopping experience for all, these measures will remain in place.

The following traders will be returning to the market:

  • Top Town Mobile Repairs
  • Graham Thompson Jewellers
  • Black Cat Bookshop
  • Woodtique
  • Keys Mobile Ltd (Cobblers and Keys)
  • The Shoe Box
  • Bonita Fashion
  • Pose Babies & Teens Fashion Wear
  • That Card Stall
  • Riff’s and Reads
  • Lambs Militaria and Army Surplus
  • PJ Electrics
  • K & P Collectables
  • Vintage & Retro Collectabilia
  • Our Big Picture
  • News Kiosk
  • Icing Cabin

To allow for additional shoppers, the market will be reverting to its normal opening hours of Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, between 9am and 4pm.

The market is managed by North East Lincolnshire Council’s regeneration partner, ENGIE.

For more information, visit www.nelincs.gov.uk/markets.

To keep up to date with the latest from the Market Hall, find them on Facebook at Grimsby Top Town Market.

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