Cordon in place at Sheffield’s Moor Market after ceiling panel falls from roof
A cordon is in place at Sheffield’s Moor Market after a ceiling panel fell to the floor.
Tape has been erected on the ground underneath the affected part of the ceiling and a security guard is at the scene.
The market is still open.
Details have not yet been released by Sheffield City Council, which owns the market.
The £18 million Moor Market opened in 2013 as a replacement for the then ageing Castle Market in the city centre.
It boasts more than 90 independent traders and has built up a reputation for fresh food from around the world, artisan producers and deli produce.
It also offers haberdashery stalls, fabrics, retro and vintage-style homeware, jewellery, hand crafted items, clothing, foot wear and flowers.
More to follow.