We are delighted to announce that we will soon be joining the growing line up of high-quality artisan traders at the town’s new Five Valleys Market.
Having opened our store two years ago in the disused Swan pub on Union Street, we are now looking forward to relocating and expanding our customer base at the growing market which is part of the Five Valleys transformation. Our current shop is closed whilst we prepare for the move.
What remains unchanged is our passion for good food and wine from across Europe, in our new unit we will stock a wide range of cheeses and charcuterie as well as antipasti, chutneys, olives and other speciality foods.
The new stall will also have a range of organic wine, beer and cider as well as selling delicious food to take away including traditional cheese raclette and charcuterie dishes.
Work is underway on the transformation of the market unit with plans to open later in October. The delicatessen is opposite the Artisan Baker which opened last week and Waghornes butchers which opened yesterday. The Armadeli range fits very well with these two businesses in particular.
Armorel said: “We are really looking forward to opening in our new location and being part of the Five Valleys market alongside so many great local businesses, it really feels like the right place for us to develop the business.
“I am passionate about great food and supporting good British cheesemakers and promoting some of the great local produce we have here in the area, we’re also sourcing some delicious meats from Spain and Italy. “
Centre manager at Five Valleys, Dionne Moore, said: “We are really looking forward to welcoming Armorel and her team to Five Valleys, we can’t wait to see the finished unit. October is going to be a busy month at the centre with more new, local businesses joining us throughout the month.”