by Tom Burton
Shoppers may soon be paying for their fruit and veg from Aylesbury market via chip and pin or even their mobile phones.
Phase one of the market’s relaunch is taking place on May 14 when there will be new look stalls and awnings with future enhancements such as cashless payment due before the end of the year.
A new vintage and craft bazaar also opens on May 20 – to continue every Tuesday – with stalls selling jewellery, glassware, coins and handcrafted items.
On the same day as the bazaar opening, people will also be able to bring their treasured items along to be valued by antiques expert John Bly while vintage cars, bouncy castles, donkey rides and magicians will fill the historic square from May 14-28.
Aylesbury Town Centre manager Diana Fawcett said: “We’re trying to provide some Wi-Fi access for shoppers to pay through card or through their phones.
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