Businesses at the heart of town

Kimberley is a popular town packed with plenty to do and boasting a top range of local shops and businesses.

In recent years, thousands of pounds has been spent on its streets and parks, making it a picturesque location.

In a beautiful setting surrounded by some of Nottinghamshire’s finest countryside, Kimberley is full of tiny winding streets to attract local shoppers and those from further afield.

The farmers’ market, which is on tomorrow (Saturday) and every first Saturday of the month, offers a huge variety of stalls bringing a real sense of community spirit to the town centre.

In need of a hair cut? Then pop along down to Wright Cut on Main Street. Now open on Mondays bringing specialist skills for all customers, young and old. The venue is a traditional barber’s with a modern twist and provides service with a smile.

Why not take a stroll down the High Street this weekend? Project Flooring has a sale starting today (Friday March 1) with great discounts and offers on selected products throughout the store.

Wheatley Projects Ltd, based in Main Street, is a family-run business with over 40 years experience supplying and fitting carpets, vinyl flooring, hygienic floor solutions and hygienic wall coatings throughout the county, so are sure to offer something to suit your flooring needs.

Recently opened is the New Adams Apple, Main Street — a local fruit and veg shop now offering vegetable and fruit boxes in addition to a large variety of fresh, locally-sourced produce that’s available Monday to Saturday every week.

If you travel a little further up the High Street, you will find the friendly Into Skin Tattoo Studio. Established in 2002, the family-run venture takes pride in offering quality tattoos and piercings in a friendly, relaxed and non-intimidating environment. Appointments are advisable but not always necessary, feel free to pop in for a chat, for your next tattoo or piercing or contact the Kimberley studio on 0115 9383577.

Don’t delay, get yourself out and about in Kimberley today.