Mason Moore | Hinckley Reporter | 12 April 2021
NON-ESSENTIAL RETAILERS are set to make their return to Hinckley Market in the town centre this morning (12 April), with residents able to support them again as they join essential traders who have been selling essentials through lockdown.
The market stalls have been permitted to re-open by the Government in their ‘road map out of lockdown’, on the same day as non-essential clothing stores, hairdressers and barbers, libraries, outdoor hospitality venues, and alfresco bars.
Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council have taken to their official social media sharing pages to confirm the return of the traders at Hinckley Market.
During the time off that Hinckley’s non-essentials have had taken through the lockdown, not being out on the high street, traders like beauty-based stall, Facebase Cosmetics, have been offering a delivery service to their customers.
Residents have been reminded to be respectful of other shoppers and market stall holders whilst shopping at the stalls by adhering to the social distancing guidelines that have been put in place.
Council comment on Market re-opening
Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council’s official statement was shared on social media yesterday (11 April).
It reads: “Hinckley Market will be opening fully tomorrow in line with the roadmap with all traders allowed to attend.
“They are looking to forward to meeting their regular customers and hopefully some new!
“Please be respectful of other shoppers, continue to follow all necessary guidelines i.e. social distance.
“Welcome back traders!”