July 2, 2012 Hucknall Dispatch
THE struggling Hucknall ‘flea market’ is set for a summer relaunch.
Support for the once-thriving Thursday attraction, which is now known as the bargain market, has steadily declined over the last few years. Only two stalls were occupied last week.
At a meeting of Hucknall Partnership Group, members were at a loss to explain the reason why the market has gone downhill.
Just a few years ago, the town centre was thronged for what was then known as the flea market, with visitors from as far afield as Mansfield, Chesterfield and Sheffield.
The view was expressed at the meeting that in the current economic downturn, there would surely be no shortage of people wanting to take advantage of bargain offers.
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