May 18, 2012 Uttoxeter Advertiser By Jenny Moody
STALLS once belonging to Uttoxeter’s farmers’ market have come under the spotlight as councillors argue they should be able to use them.
Uttoxeter Town Council revealed at its annual general meeting that Uttoxeter District Farmers’ Ltd was awarded £24,150 by Advantage West Midlands (AWM), which has now disbanded, back in March 2007.
This money was used to buy more than 20 stalls and to help with the set up costs of the monthly market, which came to a stop last year.
The information was revealed to the town council through a Freedom of Information request to East Staffordshire Borough Council, which also stated Uttoxeter District Farmers’ Ltd was awarded £22,000 between January, 2004, and March, 2005, through UttoxeterPlus funding to carry out a study to assess the opportunities for the red meat supply chain in the town.
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