April 24, 2012 Yorkshire Evening Post By Juliette Bains
Traders at a flooded fishmongers in Leeds have been left reeling after waiting two weeks for a broken roof to be repaired.
The T.E. Bethell fish shop at Leeds Kirkgate market has been mopping up the mess since the beginning of April.
Owner Sue Leeming said: “I went away on holiday and got a phone call a couple of days later to say my business had been completely flooded.
“We have had a leak in the roof above the shop for the past two weeks and it’s been flooded five times through the ceiling.
“We’ve got five or six buckets with water still trickling down into them.
“It has affected my trade and it’s frustrating that it’s taking over two weeks to fix a leak.
“We are still trading but it is not good enough.”
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