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Pop-up shop returns to former Carmarthen Debenhams for Easter

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Carmarthenshire Council’s “100% Sir Gâr” pop-up shop is returning to Carmarthen over the Easter holidays.

A range of local independent businesses are taking advantage of free retail space at the former Debenhams, to sell their products from Tuesday April 12 to Thursday April 14 (10am til 2pm).

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It follows the hugely successful 100% Sir Gâr pop-up shops held in recent months which have seen thousands of people shop local.

New traders using the pop-up for the first time include Welsh Soul, Llawn Cariad, Doris & Daughters, Annwyl, and Truly Madly Deeply.

Returning will be Cotton Box, Caru Candles, Bodlon, Efail, Louise Arts, Sians Emporium and Melys Neis.

A new website has been set up by the council to promote local, independent businesses in the county. The page now promotes over 300 independent businesses, ranging from artists to butchers, clothes to gifts.

The Council recently secured £1.5m from the UK Government’s Levelling Up fund to transform the Debenhams building into a new ‘Carmarthen Hwb‘, which Carmarthenshire Council say will bring together a range of health, wellbeing, learning and cultural services in the heart of the town centre.

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(Lead image: Google Maps)

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