Retailers that have ‘gone through the wringer’ see welcome change.
A six week public consultation has been launched on plans for Cambridge market square.
Cambridge BID are pleased to showcase some wonderful independent businesses who have reopened after lockdown.
Located in Market Hill, the branch is the UK’s 18th Anthropologie store.
Clothing and accessories range is taken by caravan to festivals and events
Monday (April 12) saw the easing of national Covid restrictions.
The county council has revoked its approval for the works after pavements outside shop doors were dug up on the day lockdown eased.
Beer gardens, hairdressers, nail salons and more will reopen from Monday.
The roadmap out of lockdown in England is on track, but Boris Johnson warned against complacency.
Fears have been raised that there are no alternatives to counter proposals for removable stalls and making the market a flexible entertainment space.
Consultants propose creating an entertainment space with removeable stalls.
But Peterborough’s department store is to close.
Shoppers need to wear masks.
Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner has responded after reports suggested it may be at risk.
‘We have got damage to put right,’ said Cllr Lewis Herbert.