April 14, 2012 Evening Telegraph
Council bosses have defended their town after traders on a continental market signed a petition naming it as the worst venue in the country.
More than a dozen traders from across Europe descended on Kettering Market Place for the three-day event last week – but according to Nautilus Natural Fitness Centre manager Antony Lucchesi, many were unhappy.
After speaking to the stallholders Mr Lucchesi printed a petition which described the market as the worst venue in the country and got 11 of the traders to sign it, adding comments on the first day’s trading after they took less than £30 between them.
Kettering Council, which organised the market, is yet to receive the petition.
Council chief executive Martin Hammond said the authority had made changes to the market to improve the situation following the initial feedback it received from the traders.
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