After 3 months of closure, Wrexham Markets are now open..

The 1st June 2020, sees the re-opening of Tŷ Pawb and the Wrexham Butchers Market, with the General (Butter) Market open from Thursday (02.07.20).

All three are planning on opening from 10am until 4pm – some of you will be pleased to note that the Butchers Market ARE planning on staying open 10-4 on Wednesdays 🎉

Select Ty Pawb food traders have plans to trade for takeaway/delivery until 6pm.
*please seek futher information from the food outlets themselves*

🔸Butchers Market (open 01.07.20)
Entry will be via High Street only, ramps will be in place for accessibility.
Exit will be via Central Arcade – please note this means for the time being this will mean entry to the businesses in Central Arcade will have to be made via High Street.
There will be Social Distancing Wardens, signage, a one way system inside, and hand sanitiser stations available.
*please note there will be no entry/exit via Henblas Street*

🔸Ty Pawb (open 01.07.20)
Entry will be via Market Street.
Exit will be via Market Street Car-Park; both steps and ramp already available.
Hand sanitiser stations are available throughout the building, as well as an innovative one-way system, signage, and staff on hand to encourage social distancing.
All food will be take-out only.
*please note there will currently be no entry/exit via either Chester Street doors*

🔸General (Butter) Market (open 02.07.20)
Entry via Henblas Street – opposite Goldilocks Cottage.
Exit via Chester Street.
As above, hand sanitisers, one way system and signage.
*please note, Henblas Street door (nearest Bank St) will not be in use currently*

🔹Car Parks
All Council owned car parks are free to use until the end of September.
These are as follows:
▪️Ty Pawb
▪️Market Street
▪️St George’s Crescent
▪️St Giles
▪️Crescent Road
▪️Waterworld
▪️Library
*please adhere to ALL time restrictions whilst leaving your car in any of the council owned car parks*

Bobbi Cockcroft.

 

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