Flower Market now open

Written by NCGM
June 01, 2020

The Flower Market is now open. To enable the market to open safely we’ve had to make some changes.

The changes include:

A restriction of 50 customers permitted inside at any one time. This is in line with Government advice and will be reviewed in response to any updated Government guidance. Unfortunately, at busy times you may have to queue. However, we will have additional security to manage this.

We ask that as customers you do not visit in groups and are respectful with your browsing time and considerate to others who may be waiting to enter.

Ground-floor entry to the market is from door number 3 and exit is from door number 2.

First floor entry to the stairs is from door number 6 and exit from door number 5.

There are hand sanitising stations at all entry and exit points.

Once inside the market there are floor-marking spaces, so please respect the two metre social-distancing rule.

For those of you who park upstairs, once you have finished in the market please bring your vehicle to the ground floor where your wholesaler will bring your purchases out to you.

The Garden Café will be open but only for take-aways.

All these measures will be reviewed on an ongoing basis and we’d welcome your feedback once we’re open and you’ve visited. In the meantime please feel free to get in touch if you require any more information or have questions about the Flower Market.

As a reminder if you hold a car parking entry permit, these expired on 31 March. If you haven’t already, then please update your permit ahead of visiting the Flower Market by calling our offices on 0207 720 2211.


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