Stall vacancies at Carmarthen Market


Five stalls including the Clocktower lock-up shop at Carmarthen Market are up for tender.

Applications are now being taken for the quarterly tenancy of Stall 4, 6-7, 31-32 and 24, along with the listed building’s shop which has additional outdoor space for occasional use.

Stall 4 has a retail area of approx 5.6sqm, Stall 6-7 has an area of 16.5sqm, Stall 31-31 is 11.2sqm and Stall 24 around 6.4sqm. All stalls are suitable for a variety of purpose, however, to maintain a diverse market hall applications will not be considered for uses that are over represented.

In addition to proposed use, tenders will also be given consideration on rent level as well as other factors.

Further information and forms of tender can be obtained from the Market Office, telephone 01267 228841 or email markets@carmarthenshire.gov.uk. Forms must be returned in the endorsed envelopes by noon on Tuesday, Feb 7.

The council does not bind itself to accept the highest or any tender.



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Free parking for romantics in Carmarthen

Shoppers can benefit from free parking in Carmarthen on two of the most romantic days of the year.

There will be free parking at all council-owned car parks on St Dwynwen’s Day on January 25 and Valentine’s Day on February 14.

The Carmarthen Town Forum requested the two days of free parking to encourage shoppers into town during January and February, after the busy Christmas period.

Executive Board Member for the Environment Cllr Hazel Evans, who approved the free parking days, said: “I hope that people take advantage of this opportunity to park for free in Carmarthen on St Dwynwen’s Day and Valentine’s Day. They can show their romantic side and treat their loved one to a shopping trip, a meal out or even a trip to the cinema.”

Business leaders in the town have welcomed the news.

Claire Kirkham, deputy manager of Merlin’s Walk Shopping Centre in Blue Street, said: “The convenience and the cost of car parking is always in the minds of shoppers when they are visiting a town or city, whether it’s in the week or at weekends and anything the council can do to help shops and any other local businesses is appreciated.

“Hopefully it will attract more people from the outlying areas into the town as well.

“The shops in Merlin’s Walk will certainly be delighted with this two-day concession so shoppers can spend more time in the mall browsing for appropriate cards and gifts rather than keep checking the time to make sure they are not overrunning their parking.”

Further free parking days have been agreed for Saturday, February 25, which marks the start of Welsh Week in Carmarthen, and Saturday, March 25 for the Merlin Festival.

 

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