Markets move to Brewery Court while regeneration is completed

"Looking to the future, the new Market Place will provide a wonderful space to hold a new improved market, themed markets and events which will create a thriving market town experience."
Mark Harris, Mayor of Cirencester

With the Market Place regeneration works moving swiftly towards completion and the main works focusing on the area in front of the church, the weekly Friday Charter Market and twice monthly Farmers’ Market will be relocating to Brewery Court for the next five weeks.

The Town Council has been working hard to ensure the market keeps up momentum, despite the disruption, and continues to trade in the great environment of Brewery Court, adjacent to the New Brewery Arts Centre and The Barrel Store. This will take effect from Friday 30th September until early November when the works are due to be completed.

“We are committed to ensuring that Cirencester Markets continues as normally as possible so all those who use the market and our loyal traders continue to enjoy a key shopping facility for the town. Looking to the future, the new Market Place will provide a wonderful space to hold a new improved market, themed markets and events which will create a thriving market town experience.” Mark Harris, Mayor of Cirencester

Caroline Pover, Auntie Caroline, one of Cirencester Markets’ valued traders said: “we are very much looking forward to the move, which takes us one step closer to the completion of the new market. We would like to welcome all our customers, old and new, in our new location, right next to lots of parking!

Once the regeneration works are completed the market will be moving back to its rejuvenated home. There are big plans afoot for the future of the market to provide the town with a high quality shopping experience with more themed markets to stimulate interest and create a bustling hub to the town for all to enjoy.

If you have any specific questions about the works please e-mail welcome@cirencester.gov.uk or pop in to the Local Information Centre at Bingham House; our staff and volunteers will do their utmost to assist you and if we don’t have the answer to hand we will get back to you as soon as we can.

Posted: 29/09/2016

Tags: Cirencester markets | Brewery Court | Market Place



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