MARKET traders and disabled people have expressed concerns over plans for a Christmas market in Salisbury.
The market, a first for the city, would be an 18-day event based in Guildhall Square and is set to include 55 wooden chalets selling European, British and locally-made products.
But traders who usually work there on Tuesdays and Saturdays are worried about the potential for loss of business over that time.
Tisbury-based butchers J&J Longley fear the change in location would lead to their customers being unable to find them.
John Longley said: “People are totally reliant on us being in the same place for 52 weeks of the year, as we have been for 25 years.
“Our customers come from far and wide to place orders for their Christmas poultry and game and I just think if they see we are not in the same spot, they will give up and go home.
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