By Echo Joe
Stall holders at Cheltenham’s car boot market have voiced dismay after it was announced it would close on three weekends of the month.
The weekly event, at the racecourse, attracts hundreds of people who come along to pick up bargains and peruse an Aladdin’s cave of first and second-hand goods.
But after organisers said racecourse bosses had cancelled their current rent agreement, it looks set to take place on a once-a-month basis.
Dean Morgan, 48, from Bamfurlong Lane, in Staverton, has run a stall selling car entertainment systems for the past eight years.
He said: “It’s very disappointing that the market is not going to take place weekly anymore.
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