STROUD Town Council has called for a two-year contract extension to be awarded to the current operator of the town’s award winning farmers’ market.
Last week it was revealed that the company running the market Made in Stroud Ltd had only been given a temporary six month lease, whilstStroud District Council continues to explore the possibility of putting the business out to tender.
The decision to push ahead with a consultation, which is widely seen as a precursor to a controversial tendering process, has angered town councillors, who are now calling for a longer two-year contract extension to be agreed to safeguard the immediate future of the market.
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