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Churchstoke Market goes undercover

 
Created on 13/12/2010 @ 08:19
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An additional 35,000 sq ft covered extension has been completed at Churchstoke Sunday Market.

Shoppers yesterday took advantage of the new extension, making a total of  60,000sq ft of undercover shopping area for traders and visitors.
 
Representing an investment of 200K, independent retailer Harry Tuffins, is celebrating completion of the covered extension, for their established Sunday market and car boot area outside its head office store in Churchstoke, making this the biggest covered market now in Mid Wales.
 
Joint Chairman of Harry Tuffins, Roy Delves, stated: “It’s great news to have the project completed on schedule, allowing our customers to undertake their Sunday market shopping undercover, especially in the build up now to Christmas and further into the New Year as the winter grips us tightly”. 
 
The extra covered area will be most welcome to the regular traders and visitors to the Sunday market which has been running for over 36 years, providing all weather, friendly shopping experience. 

Regular market stalls consist of local produce including fruit, veg, and meats along with clothing, accessories and household stands with an increasing number of car booters gaining popularity, with locals turning up as early as 7am on Sundays to grab their bargains.

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