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Meet Your Local Small Businesses

 

Celebrating the Grainger Market’s small businesses

 

Small Business Saturday is the ideal time to discover some of the Grainger Market’s small, local and independent businesses.  We’re updating this page for Small Business Saturday and beyond, so keep checking back.  You can find out more about the Small Business Saturday campaign by following this link.

 

Article written by Karl Wilson on behalf of the Grainger Market & Arcade Traders’ Association

 

 

 

Small Business Saturday is being held on 6 December.

Read more about Small Business Saturday in the Grainger Market.

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That Retro Game Shop Unit 145, Alley 4

 

Pop along and say hello to Kevin Moon and his fantastic range of retro games, with a speciality in console gaming from the last two decades.  The business has been trading for more than 10 years, and has been located in the Grainger Market since 2008.

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Sloppy Joe’s Deli & Sandwich Bar Unit 30, Alley 1

 

One of the Grainger Market’s newest businesses, Newcastle’s deli and sandwich bar with its own sauce selection corner!

 

Pop along and try the paninis, baguettes, salads, coffees and other drinks for yourself.

 

 

VJW Jewellery Shop B, Grainger Market Arcade

 

After just celebrating their fifth birthday last month, Victoria Wilson is looking forward to 6 December.  “Small Business Saturday is a great opportunity to visit to the Grainger Market if you’ve never been before.  There’s over 100 shops here, with lots of variety.  Most of the businesses are small, local, independent businesses like mine.”

 

 

Kettlewell’s Fresh Farm Shop Unit 172, Alley 4

 

A local firm trading for more than 90 years, they stock a huge range and have a number of special offers and deals available.  We asked what they liked best about the Grainger Market: “There’s a large number of small businesses offering a personal service and a shopping experience that’s that little bit different to other places.”

 

Grainger Cards Unit 183-186, Alley 4

 

The Grainger Card Company have been selling cards for all occasions as well as personalised gifts and wrapping in the Grainger Market for over 30 years.  They have Geordie cards with showcasing the local dialect.  George Cooper, the owner said: “Its great working in the Grainger Market.  There’s such a great variety of shops and products to choose from, and its something different to elsewhere in the city centre.”

 

Lindsay Brothers & Lindsay ‘s 2 Go Units 24-25 & 16-18, Alley 1

 

You can’t get much more local than Craster kippers or Lindisfarne Oysters.  Come and have them cooked in front of you at the Fish 2 Go stall, or buy some to take home at the fishmonger stall.

 

 

mmm... & glug...  Shops 10-13, Grainger Market Arcade

 

Meet Simone, Moz, Max, Helen and Ian and take a look at their range of cutting-edge food and drink, from our region and beyond.  They chose their suppliers carefully, only selecting those with a passion for what they do.

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