Business that Pops News 

Christmas Bookings Now Being Taken

Caldicot Town Team have managed to secure larger premises in the town centre for the Christmas period. Caldicot Goes Pop! will be trading from Wesley buildings from Monday 21st November, right through until Christmas Eve.  Traders who are looking to come to Caldicot can now book pitches in our pop up shop. Pitches are limited to two weeks and cost £35 per week. Demand is high for the Christmas period, with the Christmas Light Switch On taking place on Friday 25th November and the annual Christmas gift market on Saturday…

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Chic 4 Home & Caldicot Castle Pop Up!

From Monday 31st October for one week, The Castle and Country Park team will be holding some public engagement sessions in the pop-up shop – we want everyone’s views on what direction the castle will take over the coming years. So, we wanted to invite you all along to have a chat and a cuppa, and give your opinions on what change is needed. Chic4Home will be showcasing Vintage and Up-cycled furniture and more at our Pop-Up Shop in Caldicot Town Centre, between 31 October and 5 November.

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Charity Begins in the Town Centre

This week, we have invited 2 charities to take space in our pop up shop to help spread awareness as well as raising vital funds for the groups. Penny Brohn is a cancer charity based in bristol; Penny Brohn UK was founded in 1980 as the Bristol Cancer Help Centre by Penny Brohn and her great friend Pat Pilkington to offer support to people living with cancer.We help people to live well with the impact of cancer. The way in which we help people is known as the Bristol Whole…

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Next Week In Caldicot Goes Pop!

Coming up next week (w/c 10th Oct) in our busy pop up shop are two new businesses. Our first local artist to take a pitch in the pop up shop is Andy Quelch, Andy Quelch was born in Gloucester in 1969 and was brought up near Chepstow in the beautiful Wye Valley. He studied Art at Lincoln and then Kingston upon Thames, gaining a degree in Illustration. He has worked for many years as a freelance Illustrator, with many of the top publishing houses as his clients, but his real passion…

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Pop Up Shop Sees Return Of Successful Businesses

Following the successful trading period last month, both AMG Digital Print Solutions and City Treasures are back in the pop up shop for two weeks, starting from Monday 26th Sep. AMG Digital Print Solutions website can be found here City Treasures website can be found here If you didn’t manage to visit last time they were in Caldicot, you really should over the course of the next two weeks. Both businesses are located at 33 Newport Road, Caldicot, NP26 4BG (2 doors up from Greggs) and will be with us…

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Pop up shop to bring new lease of life to town

from South Wales Argus A NEW pop-up shop scheme was launched by community group Caldicot Town Team in the town centre today. The ‘Caldicot Goes Pop!’ project will see previously empty units used as temporary trading spaces for local businesses. Many residents in Caldicot have expressed concerns about the current state of the town centre but there is hoping that the new venture will rejuvenate the area. Aaron Reeks, on of the group’s three directors, said: “We’ve already received some great feedback already from the businesses. “In the short term…

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