Knutsford Market Hall welcomed two new traders and has seen a familiar face return.
Med Olives, run by Unsal Sarikir, opened on May 6th.
Nyx Cat Crystals first opened up a couple of months ago before moving to a more prominent location opposite Jonty’s Fruit and Veg.Unsal of Med Olives Nicky Facey of Nyxcat Crystals
Grandad’s Attic is set to return to the market hall on May 20th opposite Slipped Discs.
Med Olives sells a huge selection of olives, nuts and Turkish delight and is a familiar face after previously trading at Knutsford’s Makers Market.
Owner, Unsal, said “I have been made to feel very welcome at Knutsford Market Hall and I look forward to meeting customers new and old. There is nowhere else in the town offering such a vast and varied range of olives – the perfect addition to any grazing platter”.
Nyx Cat Crystals took part in Knutsford Christmas Market in 2022 before taking the leap and joining a permanent market.
Nicky Facey is extremely knowledgeable and has a loyal customer base. She told us: “I am really enjoying trading from Knutsford Market Hall. Each crystal is ethically sourced and intuitively chosen with love! Today’s world is so fast-paced, and crystals emit a range of positive, uplifting energising and calming vibrations that help even the most cynical!”
Grandad’s Attic traded in the market previously, selling a range of upcycled furniture and traded in the market in a larger stall before moving back.
Owner, Linda Kendall, said: “We just missed the vibe of the market – both customers and traders – everyone is so friendly. Our smaller stall showcases our key pieces but if any customer wants something more bespoke, we can always source it for them”.
Words by Sandra Curties.
Photo Credits Tessa Hari Photography