Stallholders at an 800-year-old market in West Sussex say they fear for their future because shoppers have moved on.
Crawley market was granted a licence by King John in 1202 and operates on Fridays and Saturdays in High Street.
Traders want to move to nearby Queens Square, where the market is based on Wednesdays, because that is now the town’s main retail area.
Crawley Borough Council said it wanted to develop parades, bands and community events in Queens Square instead.
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