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Richard Smith, Thyme Cafe, Sheffield
Just a note to say thanks for sending through these photos - we are all absolutely delighted with the signs now that they have all been erected around the building. They really look smashing! Many thanks to Image Sign Studio for all your hard work in installing them - they have been really excellent - and last Friday was absolutely perishing cold too - so for them to have worked the entire day in the freezing cold was a major feat in itself - and very much appreciated by all of us too! Many thanks
Roger Reade, Sheffield & Hallamshire County Football Association
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Allie Langham, Chrysalis Photography
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Lorna Rainey Vertirun
We used Image Sign Sheffield for the first time this year and were so impressed with the level of attention and customer service given to us. The plaque was absolutely designed around our vision of it and no small adjustments or last minute requests were too much trouble. They are a very professional organisation and we would certainly use them again.
Valley Park Community Primary School
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Castle Market Iconic Shop Sign Sheffield Removed to Make Way for Demolition
Castle Market in the city centre of Sheffield is currently in the process of being demolished, with the most complex part of the demolition set to start in the next few days. The old Sheffield shop sign that read ‘The Markets’ has recently been removed, and the building contractor Kier are now set to deconstruct the tower block from the top down. Castle market has now been replaced with the new Moor Market, which cost a huge £18 million to build, but the old market is still being knocked down and is due to be completed by November.
Castle Market Built on the Site of Sheffield Castle
Castle Market took its name from Sheffield Castle, as the market was built on its remains. The market closed in 2013 when the Moor Market opened on the Moor, at the other end of the city centre. The market opened in 1965, and was a well-loved place by many, meaning that a huge number of people were really disappointed when plans to demolish the site were announced.
Demolition to be Complete by November
A spokesman from Sheffield Council said: “Demolition works remain on programme to be completed in November 2015. Things are going well with no major issues so far and the site remains safe and secure.” The spokesman also added that the council have made sure that the accessible parts of the castle ruins are well protected and regularly monitored during the demolition works to ensure they are not damaged. “The progress of the physical demolition works on site is fairly obvious now given that you can see right through from one side to the other from both Waingate and Exchange Street.”
Footfall Down in The Moor Market
But the new Moor Market hasn’t gone down quite as well as Sheffield City Council had hoped unfortunately. According to recent figures, half a million fewer people visited the Moor Market in its first year compared to the last year that Castle Market was open. The Council are now reducing the market traders’ rent by half until March 2017 due to the poor trading conditions.
The Future of Sheffield Markets
The council, however, are more optimistic about the future of the Moor Market and are offering 4 weeks of free rent to new traders. There are also plenty of events scheduled at the market this summer including puppet shows, table tennis, reading sessions and mini golf.
As makers of shop signs Sheffield, it’s really sad to see this iconic sign being removed. It’s unfortunate that the Moor Market hasn’t really lived up to many people’s ideas of what the council promised, but as the area develops, we really hope footfall increases for the new site.