May 21, 2012 Wiltshire Times
Communities across Wiltshire are being consulted on whether they would like an open air market in their area.
Wiltshire Council is initially asking people from the Westbury, Tisbury and Trowbridge areas if they would use a market as plans are afoot to expand on the success of the markets already in place throughout the county.
An online and paper consultation asks people’s opinions on whether they would use a market, how frequent it would need to be, what types or products they would like to see and what location would be best within their area.
Dick Tonge, cabinet member with responsibility for markets, said: “We want people to tell us if they think having a market in their area is a good idea and would be well used.
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