A new toys and gifts business has opened in Middlesbrough town centre thanks to a bequest from the owner’s late father. Rebecca Wood’s dad left her enough money to quit her job and start Rebecca’s Toys, Gifts and More in Dundas Indoor Market, selling a range of toys and gifts for children of all ages.
Middlesbrough’s Dundas Market has signed up five new tenants in just five weeks, recently achieving 100% occupancy for the first time in more than a decade, and leading to plans by the market to create more retail space to accommodate more businesses. “We still want to hear from prospective new tenants and welcome enquiries, but space in our vibrant market is now at a premium.
Dundas Indoor Market café Jean’s Kitchen has launched a new vegan menu in association with the market’s vegan business The Little Vegan Market. Vegan cooked breakfasts, vegan cheeseburgers, soya mince chilli and chickpea curry will be on the menu at Jean’s Kitchen throughout October, as the café responds to more requests from shoppers for alternatives to their traditional menu.
Ferguson’s Fruit and Vegetables, run by experienced greengrocer Andrew Ferguson, takes a stall at the monthly market as part of a trial of its fresh products in the shopping centre, as does a new florists called Made With Love. Joining them at the Saturday market are South African (SA) Delicacies and Curious Cakes and Creations.
An animal-loving 20-year-old from Redcar has created her perfect job – her own pet supply business.
A Dundas Market business has expanded and moved into a shop in Middlesbrough’s Dundas Shopping Centre to create a community hub for gamers and comic fans. InterStellar Comics has opened a new shop accessed from Wilson Street at the rear of Dundas Shopping Centre. The business which sells comics, games,...
A Middlesbrough mother has joined forces with the town’s Dundas Market to provide a flying start to her daughter’s working life by opening a ladies’ fashion outlet. Seventeen-year-old Lydia Khan has opened Lydia’s Closet to sell fashion aimed at young customers.