April 18, 2012 Express and Star By Daniel Wainwright
The decline of Wolverhampton’s indoor market has been halted after bosses revealed they brought in £89,000 more than they expected to in the past year.
And it can also be revealed that supermarket giant Sainsbury’s is considering a request to fund a revamp of the markets.
The supermarket chain is also looking at funding a walkway to its new Raglan Street store lined with cafes in a bid to boost trade.
Wolverhampton City Council was braced for a loss of £270,250 but bosses said the market performed better than expected, with the loss restricted to £181,000.
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