New store brings spirit of Sheffield independents to Meadowhall
A new store which brings together 13 independent retailers from across Sheffield opened its doors in Meadowhall shopping centre on Saturday 9 May.
The Independent Sheffield Shop follows the success of the centre’s Independent Yorkshire Shop, home to independents across the region, and offers a wide range of products from candles to coffee, beer to blankets and even locally inspired books.
Darren Pearce, centre director at Meadowhall, said: “Supporting the local community is so important to us and we know many of our visitors echo that sentiment. These really are some of the most exciting independent retailers in Sheffield and, with such an eclectic mix, the store has a great atmosphere and plenty to offer.
“We’ve been supporting local independent retailers for a number of years, first with The Lanes, which has 20 independent retailers, and next with our Independent Yorkshire Shop. One of the retailers from that store, Coley Coco Candles, was so popular that they will soon have their own unit in The Lanes. I’m sure our latest arrivals will go down just as well with our customers.”
Shoppers will be able to pick up a bottle of gin from Locksley Distilling Co., indulge in craft chocolate from Bullion and treat themselves to natural skin care products from Our Tiny Bees.
There will also be goats milk soap from Marsh Valley, stainless steel jewellery from Bailey, handmade tea from Birdhouse and artisan coffee from Frazer’s coffee roasters.
While Beth Stafford will showcase a variety of beautiful ceramics, and artist Luke Horton will have a range of cartoon illustrations and Yorkshire slang prints and gifts.
Also joining them in the shop will be The Sheffield Brewery Company, Yorkshire Blankets, The Yorkshire Candle company and books from Meze Publishing.
The new store will be located on lower park lane, next to Neal’s Yard.
The Independent Sheffield Shop will be open 10am-9pm Monday-Friday, 9am-8pm Saturday and 11am-5pm Sunday. For more info head over to Meadowhall’s website.