Todmorden Market now offers deliveries further afield

Todmorden Market traders are supporting businesses in partnership with ShopAppy.com in light of the Covid-19 outbreak to enable local delivery options to support communities.

By Abigail Kellett
Friday, 24th April 2020, 3:24 pm
Todmorden Market now offers deliveries further afield
Todmorden Market now offers deliveries further afield

The service has proved so popular it was mentioned on BBC Radio 4 You and Yours this week.

The ShopAppy.com platform enables local Todmorden businesses to sell their products in one place online and is partnering with a cargo bike from Beatekubitz.com and TLC, who runs the local access buses, to provide home delivery.

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Clare Pattison from Choc Moose said: “I know people are worried and as a part of the community, we want to do our best to help our businesses and to help get supplies to people in their time of need. We have had phenomenal results so far that is helping us all.”

Todmorden Market Traders are working six days a week to meet the demand and the Market is still open to the public 9am – 3pm Wednesday to Saturday.

The delivery service has been so successful that it can now offer a delivery service to Hebden Bridge on Thursdays only.

Orders placed before noon on Thursday will be delivered that Thursday.

Orders after noon will be delivered the following Thursday. If you would like to purchase freshly made Cakes from The Handmade Cakery orders need to be placed by noon the previous day.

Businesses are invited to use the platform for free during Covid-19 and in addition to businesses offering products, businesses are able to ‘buy now, use later’ E-Vouchers as well as online events and activities - all helping particularly service-based businesses like hairdressers, beauty salons, restaurants, bars and cafes.