THE TEAM at Five Valleys shopping centre in Stroud celebrate the fourth birthday of the centre’s food market this weekend.

The market which was launched in the summer of 2020 has built up a line up of street food traders and local producers with an array of foodie businesses.

Traders will celebrate the market’s fourth birthday this weekend with free face painting, balloon modelling and crafts on Saturday, July 7 and live music from Sharon Baker on the Friday evening (July 6) when the market stays open until 8pm.

The market is open seven days a week and is home to traders including the Artisan Baker, Armadeli, Knights artisan butchers and seafood and fresh fruit and vegetables from the Cotswold Grocer.

(Image: Dransfield Properties) A line up of street food traders can also be found, offering everything from gelato to fish and chips, crepes, Italian and Mexican street food as well as Chinese, Japanese and Thai food.

Centre Manager Erica Malpass said: “We are so lucky to have such a fantastic line up of businesses serving up some of the best food from around the world here at our Five Valleys Market – as well as really wonderful local produce.

“It really is one of the things which makes Five Valleys a special place here in Stroud and we’re delighted to be celebrating the fourth birthday this weekend.”