Non-essential stalls will return to markets in Warwick and Kenilworth from next week

As restrictions ease, CJ's Events Warwickshire are welcoming non-essential traders back from Monday April 12

Friday, 9th April 2021, 3:09 pm
Updated Friday, 9th April 2021, 3:12 pm

Non-essential stalls are set to return to markets across Warwick district from next week.

Kenilworth and Warwick markets, which are managed by CJ’s Events Warwickshire, have been open for essential stalls during the lockdown.

The operator says that Warwick's market has been one of the largest essential only markets within the region.

Non-essential stalls are set toreturn to markets across Warwick district from next week. Photo by CJ's Events Warwickshire

As restrictions ease, CJ's Events Warwickshire are welcoming non-essential traders back from Monday April 12.

Jamie Walker of CJ's Events Warwickshire said: "We look forward to welcoming our non-essential traders back to our Kenilworth and Warwick markets, in addition to our monthly Covent Garden quarter markets.

"We continue to follow the latest Government guidance and work closely with Warwick District Council to ensure we deliver Covid secure markets.

"Market visitors will still be expected to follow social distancing guidelines and encouraged to wear face coverings when visiting markets.

"We still need to all play our part and follow the guidance in place; the pandemic isn't over."

For more information on upcoming markets please visit www.cjseventswarwickshire.co.uk