Wilmslow.co.uk by Lisa Reeves
Having consider the results of the market research commissioned by the Town Council, it has been decided that future Artisan Markets in Wilmslow will be held on a Sunday.
The Artisan Market was established in Wilmslow two and a half years ago with the aim of supporting local businesses, however a large number of retailers called for the market to be switched to a Sunday as it has been having a detrimental effect on sales on their busiest day of the week.
As a result, Wilmslow Town Council (WTC) commissioned independent research company Wendy Dunn Research, at a cost of approximately £3000, to assess the impact of the Wilmslow Artisan Market and help both the Town Council and Cheshire East Council to determine whether Saturday or Sunday is preferred by the majority of Wilmslow retailers.
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