THE DUP contingent on Banbridge District Council have expressed their concerns about the proposed Sunday market in the town.
Their comments come in response to an open letter which the Leader carried several weeks ago from local businessman Drew Gregg, expressing his disappointment that the proposal had been turned down.
Only four councillors, he said, had responded to an email he had sent to all of the district’s representatives regarding the issue.
The joint statement, which was signed by Councillors David Herron, Paul Rankin, Junior McCrum, Hazel Gamble and Jim McElroy, says, “There is by no means a consensus amongst local traders on this issue and several traders have expressed to us their concerns and opposition to the proposal for a Sunday market in Banbridge town.
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