KNUTSFORD Market Hall has welcomed its newest trader, with Teresa Steele bringing a splash of colour to Silk Mill Street.
Teresa, who moved in with her Maison Rustique stock last week, offers a range of bright, rustic ceramics and items for the home and table.
After starting her business in 2013 in Cheltenham, Teresa – a regular face at Christmas and Makers Markets – relocated to Knutsford last year and now trades in the unit occupied by Williams Bakery before it merged with Café 64.
he said: “I wanted to go back to work and be able to do it around family commitments. I found a product I really liked and took it to the market.
“I did the Knutsford Christmas market for the last three years, and I thought it would be good to have a base. It’s a good place, and people are always asking where they can get my products.
“I’m testing how it goes and thinking of bringing in other new products – stone trivets and wooden boards. With travelling around I didn’t want the extra weight so this is a new opportunity!
“With the café and butchers, the market is really lovely – some part have been here for years.
Knutsford Town Council clerk Adam Keppel-Garner said: “Teresa sells beautiful items at affordable prices and brings something different to the market hall and to Knutsford.
“It is great to be able to provide a space for her business and I hope that it helps draw more visitors to our little gem of a market hall”.
Knutsford Market Hall is open every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 8am to 4pm. A range of food options are also available.
Article courtesy of the Knutsford Guardian.