Stockton’s 700-year-old market is on the move as the next phase of the £38m town centre regeneration begins.
Today, the majority of the stalls were due to move to their new permanent location at the southern end of the High Street.
It is expected the remainder of stalls will move to their new position adjacent to Barclays Bank and the Town Hall by the beginning of September.
In the meantime they will remain within the market at various locations at the southern end of the High Street. Stallholders will have specific location details on hand for any customers enquiring about the whereabouts of a specific stall.
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