Posted: Fri 11th Oct 2019
After a successful first two weeks for the fourth pop-up shop as part of the pioneering Clicks and Mortar initiative, new small business sellers have moved into the Sheffield store today.
The shop is located in the heart of Sheffield at 38-40 Pinstone Street and see below for the businesses selling products until 24 October.
You can meet some of the sellers in store at 1pm -3pm today.
If you'd like to sell your own products in store, apply here.
Lisa Preston, Lisa Preston
High quality gel nail agency.
Jen Munson-Montanez, Just Because Treats
South American indulgent treats.
Mat Booth, Both Barrels Supply Co
Contemporary business luggage. Designed, developed and made in the UK.
Nigel Francis, Magical Entertainer
_A UK-based magician who has delighted audiences around the UK and abroad with his blend of genuine charm and pick your jaw off the floor impossibilities.
Nigel is in the shop from 18 - 24 October._
Ben Russell, Jujuni
Specialising in colourful unisex dungarees for kids, JuJuni is about having maximum fun while causing minimum harm.⠀
Abbie Allert, Mamma Made It
Award winning children's clothing and keepsakes handmade in Yorkshire.
Renu Modha, Ishvari by Renu Modha
Exclusive Scarves and accessories. Accessorise your wardrobe with a splash of colour to compliment your look for this season.
Indy Dhillon, Spotty Otter
Top-notch outdoor gear for children. For the simple things in family life. High on Function. High on Fun.
John Terry, Evolution Drinks
An independent, artisanal alcoholic drinks company that was founded in response to the growing demand for unique, premium, handmade alcoholic spirits.
Michelle Partington, Shellys Drinks
Creating uniquely flavoured spirit drinks with a splash of fun.
Liam Parkinson, LUUX
Original wooden sunglasses.
Nicola Ogle, Kelham Print
Fun Lovin' Apparel, proudly printed in Sheffield.
Helen Davies, Easy Pets
A business specialising in travel products for pet owners including the Rollabowl, a feeding mat with integrated bowls.
James Cook, Shole
Shole exists to help people kick their habit of single-use plastics, and swap them for much more sustainable and environmentally friendly alternatives.
Matt Cockayne, Studio Goo
Prints from Sheffield illustrator Matt Cockayne