Finkle Street has three art galleries, including “The Showcase Gallery”, dedicated to exhibiting and selling work from artists based in Yorkshire and the North East.
Mick, owner of “Angus Morton” butchers has more than 40 years in the trade and he sells only meat born and raised in the UK. “Wilfred’s Deli and Pantry” is located a few doors away offering a range of cheeses, freshly cooked foods to take away, wines and other treats.
Every Saturday there is a market, bringing fruit, vegetables, meats, fresh fish, cheese, jams and honeys, and other stall holders. There is also an indoor market, open daily, with a variety of stalls and on several Sundays throughout the year Little Bird Artisan Market offering a diverse, quality, shopping experience that celebrates independent producers and makers.
Richmond has two-hour disc parking in the market place (which encourages shoppers to come to the town centre for short visits), as well as pay and display car parks just a few minutes' walk from the centre.
Just outside the centre is Richmond Station, which has Archer’s Jersey ice cream, the "Richmond Brewery Company", Kacao, the famous "Angel’s Share" bakery, gift shop, secondhand books and art gallery along with 3-screen cinema, the popular Café Bar and Charlotte Jacqueline School of Dance.
Up the hill on Richmond trading estate are pet shops, furniture shops, bicycle shops, picture framing, florists, and more.