Traders were left disheartened after a debate over the future of Crawley market failed to reach a conclusion.
Stall holders have been calling on Crawley Borough Council to move the market permanently into Queens Square, claiming a lack of footfall in the High Street would see them go out of business.
At a meeting of the full council, stall holder Sandy Turner acted as spokesman for the traders, explaining why they felt the market had to be relocated and citing a petition of almost 6,000 signatures supporting a move.
Calling on the council to spend some of the £1.5million it recently pledged to improvements in Queens Square on semi-permanent stalls, she added: “The market needs the right location to succeed.
Sep 19, 2018 0Liverpool’s Castle Street, now regarded as one of the city’s top hubs for foodies, is to host a day-long celebration in its honour when Celebrating Castle Street rolls into town on Friday,...
Sep 20, 2018 0Markets in Oswestry have had a major revival in fortunes after moving stalls into the street.
Aug 21, 2018 0