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First traders to join Five Valleys new indoor market are announced

The team at Five Valleys Shopping Centre will welcome three fantastic local food-to-go traders to the brand new indoor market set to open later this year.

Mediterranean food from Falafel Mama, Italian street food from Non Solo Pasta and Thai street food from Thai 2 Go will all be available at the new market, bringing a range of new, hot food options to the area.

The market will house 20 new, indoor, permanent market stalls ,which will be installed in the main mall area at Five Valleys. The design of the market takes inspiration from London's Borough Market and will be open six days a week, all year round.

The new Five Valleys Market will open in spring this year and will showcase the very best of the region's local producers and traders, including cheesemongers, bakers and greengrocers as well as local brewers and distilleries.

Dionne Moore, Five Valleys centre manager, said: "We are really pleased to be announcing our first companies to be joining the new Five Valleys indoor market when it opens later in the spring. We want to create a really unique offer, and working with traders such as Falafel Mama, Thai 2 Go and Non Solo Pasta is certainly going to help us achieve that.

"This is an exciting time for us and for Stroud. The development is really starting to take shape and we believe the new indoor market area will fit in perfectly in the town."

More traders will be announced in the coming weeks, but applications are still open. The team is particularly keen to hear from dairy producers, wineries, distilleries and breweries.

For applications or more information about becoming a trader at the Five Valleys Market, please email dionne.moore@fivevalleysstroud.co.uk 

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