Support Scarborough: Scarborough Market Hall open for business

The Scarborough News is urging readers to support our local shops and businesses by visiting those that remain open, or visiting their websites to purchase goods online. Many will deliver, or are offering click and collect services.

Tuesday, 10th November 2020, 8:35 am
Updated Tuesday, 10th November 2020, 8:38 am

We will publish details of local goods and services throughout November, in print and online, to highlight some of the great retailers, restaurants and cafes we are lucky to have.

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Penny Beniston, Scarborough & Whitby Market Superintendent said: “It’s a bit strange, most of the shops on the mezzanine and in the vaults are closed, except for Bakers and Brew who are open.

Scarborough Market Hall

“In the main hall, all of the essential food suppliers are open and most are offering local deliveries

“The fish man is doing an extra day this week.

“It’s easy to socially distance in the Market Hall and we are ready to manage any queues we do get.”

Opening times are 8am until 4pm and takeaway food is available from Café Deil and Bakers & Brew.

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If you would like to contact any of the stall holders, their numbers are as follows:

M Nockles butcher 01723 361208

All Season fruit & Veg 01723 360255

G & D Metcalfe Fruit & Veg 01723 367875

Solange Bakery

Deli delicious delicatessen and cafe 0 1723 377800

Solange Bakery 07792222622

John Barron fish sales 0778799406

Bakers & Brew 01723 353600

Deli Delicious

The Honeycomb shop is also open

Ms Beniston said: “We are having a large Christmas tree on the mezzanine, which is coming next week. We want to use this time to decorate, so when we fully reopen we look fabulous!”

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