Farmers’ Markets and Maltings plans for reopening
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As lockdown restrictions begin to ease, some St Albans and Harpenden shopping outlets are planning on reopening.
The St Albans farmers’ market is set to return this Sunday, June 14, at a reduced capacity with 25 traders in total.
Each stall will be spaced out along St Peter’s Street and into Market Place.
Following suit, the Harpenden farmers’ market will also make a comeback on June 28 on the common.
It will be operating a one-in one-out queuing system, and a full list of traders attending will be confirmed soon.
The Maltings Shopping Centre in St Albans will also be open from Monday.
It has been initiating measures such as one-way systems, floor stickers to mark social distancing rules, hand sanitation stations and increased cleaning.
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Staff will be on hand to check shoppers are adhering to social distancing guidelines.
As well as heightened hygiene measures, the centre benefits from on-site security that will monitor and control the social distancing rules at all times.