CORONAVIRUS (COVID – 19)

July 2020

We can confirm that our Markets will continue as normal until further notice. Although please note some changes. With immediate effect it has been implemented a “Drop and Go” Policy for Vendors bringing Stock to market for Sale.

Please take the time to read this

UPDATED 7TH JULY 2020

VENDORS

VENDOR ONLY “VIEWING AREA”

One Member per Business is now allowed into a “viewing Area” to see their stock sold providing they adhere to the social distancing rule at all times.

The viewing area is soley for vendors to watch their stock being  sold, it is not designed for the vendor to watch the whole sale.

Vendors are required to wear gloves at all times and sanitise their hands on arrival and departure.

Avoiding queues in the market office:

Please do not request a print out of your sales this will be emailed to you at the end of the market day.

NO SOCIAL VISITS

GENUINE VENDORS ONLY

Vendors MUST NOT take the paperwork to the market office themselves. Please ensure your mobile number is on your entry form. 

BUYERS

The number of buyers MUST be restricted to allow social distancing.  At the conclusion of the sale buyers MUST enter the Sales Office in a way that does not result in too many entering at any one time. All Buyers must wear gloves (as provided) ONLY 1 MEMBER PER FAMILY ALLOWED INTO RING & NO CHILDREN PERMITTED ON SITE.

All buyers to register prior to sale with the Market office to book a space.

RESTAURANT , TRADE STALLS & BAKERY

All are all now open along with all business units.

We must follow government guidelines at all times.

Please can we urge all Buyers attending sales to use hand washing/sanitation facilities provided.  Rest assured we are following and adhering to ALL government and medical advice and current guidelines.

Market Gates Open at 6.30 am – Please get your stock to market EARLY

TOILET FACILITIES

The ONLY Toilets available on site are the ones located in the Main Market Car Park.

Please can I ask that everyone bears with our staff who are working incredibly hard under added pressures.

Many thanks for bearing with us over this difficult period.

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