SHIFTING GEARS OPENS IN GLOSSOP’S INDOOR MARKET

SHIFTING GEARS OPENS IN GLOSSOP’S INDOOR MARKET

Visitors to Glossop’s Indoor Market will soon be able to enjoy a host of new products, from all over the world when a selection of exciting new traders open their doors to the public over the coming months.

Combining a traditional Derbyshire market with a contemporary flavour, many of the new traders will be joining a host of well-known stall holders who have helped make Glossop’s Market one of the regions favourite markets amongst bargain hunters.

The Market Managers put a call out earlier this year for new traders who would be interested in building their businesses in the shortly to be refurbished indoor market.

Colin Deeley, Superintendent of Glossop Market said, “The response was extremely positive, with great interest in the units available for rental.

One of our new traders who has already brought a touch of vintage nostalgia, tinged with a touch of ‘Arkwright’s Corner Shifting G.E.A.R.S a family business that has now shifted into a higher gear and has begun trading in there revamped Market stall.

They have everything from tools, toys, homewares and more. The stock will be ever changing, so there will always something new to offer.

Owned and run by Graham Holt; an engineer by trade who specialised in Land Rovers has been in business since 1976, but in recent years has bought and sold, well, just about everything! Built on his entrepreneurial success, Graham brought his daughter into the business a little over two years ago, where she started selling goods online and now by moving up yet another gear, they have set up another string to their bow, by opening their unique stall.

Shifting G.E.A.R.S has a remarkable business ethos: “If they haven’t got it on the stall they will probably have it in store at their unit or will be able to source it! “

Colin concluded, “We are very proud to be able to announce this exciting and unique new trader joining us at ‘Glossop’s Indoor Market’. They certainly bring something different to the town and I’m sure they will become very popular with our existing and new visitors alike.”