All markets in Flintshire are now open
The Council welcomed the Welsh Government’s announcement of the further easing of lockdown restrictions and that both indoor and outdoor markets can reopen from Monday, 22 June.
The markets in Mold, Holywell and Connah’s Quay that have been open to date have proved invaluable in supporting Flintshire residents during these very difficult times.
The Council’s markets team has been working with traders and customers offering guidance on social distancing rules and behaviour. The cooperation of all involved with the market is essential to maintaining a safe environment.
In Mold, the market will be on the High Street, Daniel Owen Precinct and Meadow Place Car Park to enable social distancing. If traders are not in the usual place that does not mean they are not there. Maps of the market will be available to help customers locate the stalls.
Flintshire’s markets offer a wide range of stalls selling a great variety of goods and services and we hope that residents will take the opportunity over the coming weeks to show their support for their towns and support our markets.
The social distancing measures put in place have been designed to help market traders as much as possible and to make the town centres as welcoming and comfortable as possible without compromising public health and safety.