Some of the regions finest food suppliers and producers will come together under one roof for the first time in a new delicatessen set to open in the The Corn Hall, Cirencester.

The foodie delight, known simply as Corn Hall Deli, will open its doors to the public on Friday and will include items from Sourdough Revolution from Lechlade, salamis and cured meats from The Cotswold Curer, truffles from The Truffle Hunter from South Cerney, Cacklebean Eggs, from Stow-on-the-Wold and Rave Coffee, also from Cirencester.

Other independent food companies that will be represented are Lambton and Jackson, who produce smoked salmon and the renowned Cannon and Cannon, known for their charcuterie and Mevalco, who import fine Spanish produce.

“We wanted to bring something unique to the deli market and I think combining all these great independent producers and suppliers is a great thing for Cirencester and the foodie world,” explained Corn Hall Deli manager Joseph Thorp.

“Head chef of MBB Brasserie Ethan Rodgers has been extremely helpful in sourcing all of the suppliers.

"We have great local Indies like Sherston Tea mixed in with great world cheeses from Harvey and Brockless.

"We are opening as a pop-up and will be here throughout December and early January."

The venue is also licensed and plans to open as a wine bar during the evenings on Thursday, Friday and Saturday's.

Corn Hall Deli is situated opposite MBB Brasserie in Cirencester’s Corn Hall and will be open Monday to Thursday from 9.30am to 5.30pm.

And on Thursdays, Friday and Saturday's with extended bar hours of 6.30pm to 10pm.