Plastic Free Weigh's in at Knutsford Market Hall | Knutsford Times

Plastic Free Weigh’s in at Knutsford Market Hall

By on June 20, 2019

Photo Credit: Tatton Photography

Plastic Free Weigh, which launched at Knutsford Market Hall in May, is already expanding into another stall after less than a month of trading.  

The additional space will allow Plastic Free Weigh to add to its stock range both traditional weigh and save and eco products.  Charlene Stuart owner, said, “The response I have had since opening has been really encouraging. Having the new space ensures I can add new products to the range.  For example, walnuts, chia seeds, muesli, wax food wraps, wild bird seed and eco sanitary products. I hope people love the stall and I am always happy to chat with customers and listen to any ideas they have”.

Sandra Curties, Town Centre Manager, said, “Plastic Free Weigh is a great addition to the market hall, and we are delighted that Charlene has fitted in so well.  We have a wider mix of traders in the market now so we urge anyone who hasn’t visited for a while to pop in – you might be surprised!”

Knutsford Market Hall is open every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 8am to 4pm. The Market Café also open on Wednesday. Shoppers at Knutsford Market can find everything for dinner from, fruit and veg, wine and a great range of meat, poultry and fish.  There is a café and you can buy women’s and children’s clothing and accessories and gifts. Alongside this is a photography stall offering a full range of both consumer and corporate photography services.

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