April 11, 2012 Hull Daily Mail
STALL-holders at Cottingham Market say business is thriving despite the grim economy, stormy weather and rising rents.
For 25 years, the market has run every Thursday in front of the Civic Hall. Once it was dominated by clothes, shoes and groceries.
But organiser John Dyson says the future is in hot food. “We have got a nice food selection,” said Mr Dyson, 62. “It is important to have food to give a more diverse mixture.
“I am a big believer in variety – you don’t want to go to markets where everything is always the same.”
There are almost 30 stalls at Cottingham Market and many of them sell food – including an artisan bakers and a chocolatier. Mr Dyson started working on markets as a ten-year-old in 1960.
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