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Late-night indoor food market returns

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Late-night trading at the Five Valleys indoor market is set to return on the last Friday of each month, with traders serving street food, drinks, sweet treats, food supplies more until 8pm.

This Friday (May 28) will be the first late-night event held at the Five Valleys Market since covid-restrictions eased earlier in the month, allowing for indoor dining to resume.

Traders including Thai 2 Go, Brody’s Takeout, Pieminister, Non Solo Pasta and Bao Ma will all be trading late plus Phoenix Wines have installed a draft beer tap for visitors to enjoy a weekend tipple of local beers.

There will be live music from local Saxophonist Jo Carey plus exciting tasters at the food stalls for visitors to try something new.

Five Valleys have also introduced a new, discounted evening tariff in the multistory car park which now costs just 50p from 5pm-midnight. 

Five Valleys Market and Events Manager, Jessica Derham said: “We are so excited to bring back our monthly night markets, relaunching this Friday with a full line up of food and drink traders plus live entertainment to kick start the Bank Holiday weekend.

“Our late-night Friday’s proved really popular before lockdown but they are returning even bigger and better as we have had some fabulous new traders join the line-up this year and we have lots of additional indoor dining space in the heart of the market, at Non Solo Pasta, Bao Ma, La Cantina, Armadeli and Pie Minister.”

To find out more about upcoming events at Five Valleys please visit www.fivevalleysstroud.co.uk 

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