FOODIES visiting Swansea Market are getting the chance to enjoy local produce as part of the UK Government’s Eat out to Help Out campaign.
Five cafes at the award-winning venue have joined the campaign to help encourage more people to take a trip to the city centre and enjoy what it has to offer responsibly.
Those participating in the campaign are Storm in a Teacup, Little Tokyo, Iokasti’s Kitchen, Café Janet and Greedy Fellas.
Robert Francis-Davies, the Cabinet member for Investment, Regeneration and Tourism, said the market – voted Britain’s best largest indoor market earlier this year – is now fully up and running and welcoming customers in a safe and socially-distanced way.
He said: “Now that lockdown is being eased, market traders and the council have been working together to ensure visitors have a good time safely. All the market stalls have resumed trading and shoppers are observing the social distancing measures we’ve put in place.
“But it’s good to hear that a number of cafes in the market have joined the Eat Out to Help Out initiative as an extra incentive to encourage people to visit.”
To find out more about what’s happening at the market go to http://www.swanseaindoormarket.co.uk/ where you can find details of all the food businesses who’ll deliver produce to your door as well.
To help plan your visit in the light of distancing restrictions in the market go here: http://www.swanseaindoormarket.co.uk/coronavirus-covid-19-update/
The UK Government’s Eat Out to Help Out campaign ends on August 31.