This Saturday saw the re-launching of Wood Street's indoor market. I had walked past the market entrance several times in the past without even really noticing it, but it has now been completely reinvigorated with the addition of 21 new shops. The place was a bustle of activity on re-maunch day, and it was great to see so many of the local residents out in force to support this new venture.
One of the new shops that caught my eye was the Significant Seams Hub where I put my name down for some 'waiting for baby' sewing classes where pregnant women can get together and sew a special toy or item for the new baby. We munched on yummy mango and passionfruit cakes from Plumbun, and I loved the funky T-shirt designs on display at Carbon 28 (definitely going to buy Jon a couple of cool presents from there!).
You can find Wood Street Market at 98-100 Wood Street, and it is currently open from 10-am - 5.30pm, Monday -Wednesday and Friday-Saturday. You can find a map and a full list of the market traders on the Wood Street Indoor Market website.