Sheffield, along with Doncaster, Barnsley and Rotherham will move into the ‘Very High’ alert category from 00:01am on Saturday 24 October.
Sheffield Markets reopen
Both the Moor Market and Market Place at Crystal Peaks, have once again opened their doors this week.
Traders selling meat and fish, fruit and vegetables, sweet treats, clothing, household items, hand crafted gifts and other enticing goods are back in their stalls and ready to welcome back their customers.
Teams of workers have been busy putting in measures to ensure shoppers can return in a safe and reassuring environment. The measures will help staff to monitor capacity and ensure social distancing for shoppers. These include:
- one way walking systems
- entry control
- floor signage
- staff around to advise and help
- increased hygiene measures, such as
- regular deep cleans
- toilet attendants to regularly clean down facilities
- hand sanitiser stations
Some traders are still unable to reopen but shoppers can expect most to be ready and waiting with big smiles.
To avoid queues visiting is recommended before 10am and after 3pm wherever possible.
For the Moor Market parking is available on street and in the nearby Eyre Street Car Park and Staples Car Park.
Market Opening Times
Market Place, Crystal Peaks
- Monday to Saturday: 9am – 5:30pm
- Sunday (Market Place only): 10am – 4pm
- Monday to Saturday: 8am – 5.30pm
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