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Market lands fresh arrival to food line-up

Five Valleys indoor market has hooked another catch to join its selection of traders.

Pershore Seafoods, which has an outlet in Eastgate Market in Gloucester, as well as Pershore and Oxford, is recruiting two new staff for the Stroud store.

The company is headed by David Witts whose family has more than 100 years of history as fishmongers.

Mr Witts said: "Stroud is a great location for us and we're really pleased to be part of the town's new indoor market hall, working alongside some other high-quality, local traders."

Pershore Seafoods is the latest addition to Five Valleys' line-up of local artisans and food traders which has been styled on London's Borough Market, joining the likes of The Artisan Baker, Waghornes Butchers, Armadeli and Xocolatl.

Centre manager Dionne Moore said: "Pershore's new store looks amazing - it really is a feast for the eye as well as stocking a great range of high quality fish and seafood.

"We're so pleased to be welcoming another great trader to the line-up."

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