by Alex Hurrell
Cheaper stall rents are among a new clutch of incentives aimed at boosting north Norfolk’s struggling street markets.
North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) has announced the measures in the hope that they will help regular traders and encourage new ones at the markets it manages in Sheringham, Cromer and Stalham.
In recent years all three have seen a fall in the number of market traders attending and, in Stalham’s case, there is now only one regular stallholder, selling burgers.
The council wants to try and ensure that traditional markets keep playing an important part in the economies of the three towns.
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