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Delicatessen relocates to indoor market

Stroud's Armadeli Delicatessen has opened in its new space at the Five Valleys indoor market.

Owner Armorel Willoughby has expanded her business with the move from her old premises on Union Street. The deli is now next to to Waghorne's Butchers, which recently opened at the new Borough Market-style indoor market.

Armadeli brings a range of speciality foods to the Five Valley market as well as cheeses, antipasti, olives, chutney and a range of organic wine, beer and cider. It also offers an additional food-to-go option for the market.

Armadeli joins a wide range of other quality local traders including The Artisan Baker, Falafel Mama, Thai 2 Go and many more.

Armorel Willoughby said: "We are delighted to have finally opened our new deli at the Five Valleys indoor market and we are looking forward to welcoming all of our customers, old and new!"

Dionne Moore, centre manager of Five Valleys, said: "We are so pleased that Armorel has joined our market line, up which is growing bigger and better by the week.

"We really believe we have created something special with the very best of Stroud's independent traders here at the Five Valleys Market and we are already looking forward to welcoming more traders in the very near future!"

Xocolatl is opening at Five Valleys today (14th October) and the Lilypad Florist will officially open in its new space at the market on Friday (16th October).

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