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Stroud's Five Valleys welcomes two new businesses and launches home delivery service

Five Valleys Indoor Market in Stroud has welcomed two new local businesses to its line up - and now offers a home delivery service in partnership with Good Sixty.

The first of the new arrivals is Nova's Ice Cream Parlour, headed up by Matthew Griffiths and Philip Fry.

Nova's will bring a selection of sweet treats to the Market including candyfloss, crepes and 15 different flavours of Winstone's Ice Cream available in cones or takeaway tubs.

Nova's is a family-run business and the same team are behind Brody's Take Out, which has been open at Five Valleys since the Market opened at the beginning of the year. Brody's and Nova's are lovingly named after owner's two grandchildren.

Phoenix Wines from Cirencester will also be opening at the Five Valleys Market next week, selling a huge selection of wines, spirits and beers.

Simon Griffiths from Phoenix Wines is passionate about championing local producers, so shoppers can expect to find wines from Woodchester Valley, Poulton Hill and Three Choirs plus beers from Stroud Brewery and British Polo organic Gin.

Both new additions will be open in time for Stroud's Goodwill evening on Friday 4th December and the Five Valleys Market will be open and trading until 9pm on the evening, with live entertainment and plenty of tasty food to enjoy.

And this news follows the launch of Good Sixty on Monday, a platform which will offer a bespoke home delivery service at the indoor market.

The website allows customers to browse the products available at Five Valleys Market and select a home delivery slot to suit them.

Traders at the market which will offer the service include Armadeli, Waghornes Butchers, the Artisan Baker, Pershore Seafood, Xocolatl and The Lily Pad. There's also a great line up of food to go traders including Falafel Mama, Thai 2 Go and Non Solo Italian.

Centre manager of Five Valleys Dionne Moore said: "We are really excited to see two more fantastic, local businesses open at the Five Valleys Market next week who are both bringing something completely new and unique to the line up!"

Chris Edwards from Good Sixty added: "We are really pleased to bring Good Sixty to Stroud, working with the fantastic local traders at the Five Valleys Market. It's never been more important to connect customers with their local independent producers than now, delivering a truly sustainable way of shopping that brings huge benefits to the community."

By using Good Sixty, shoppers can buy from a variety of local shops online in a single purchase, and have it delivered to their door in one zero emissions drop.

Ms Moore added: "Throughout this year and particularly during the lockdowns having access to home delivery has become hugely important for many people and it's something we're really keen to offer customers through the Five Valleys market."

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