Trinity Market hosts regular popular events.
Trinity Market in Hull's Old Town.

Coronavirus: How Trinity Market is affected

Like many businesses across the country, Trinity Market has been heavily affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

Many traders in the market have ceased operating, but a few are still trading, while following Government advice, meaning the market will remain open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

E Duffield Butchers, like many meat traders across the UK, has continued to stay open.

The stall is open three days a week from 9am to 3pm Monday, Wednesday and Friday. It is also providing a delivery service, with orders delivered on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

The restrictions imposed by government allow takeaway food delivery services to operate.

Falafia, which produces falafel dishes, is opening three days a week from 11am to 3pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Hull City Council staff remain onsite to support those still trading and maintain maintenance of the market.

Hepworth’s Arcade is closed and the only entrance to the market is from Trinity House Lane.

For the latest information about Trinity Market, follow it on Twitter @TrinityMarket1, on Facebook or on Instagram @trinitymarkethull.

Find out about E Duffield’s delivery service by texting 07539134388.

And find out about Falafia’s delivery service by contacting them on 07548933947. Find Falafia on Facebook for more information.

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