January 13, 2012 Uttoxeter Advertiser
UTTOXETER’S indoor market will return to the town for the first time in 10 years next week.
The previous market shut a decade ago when it appeared a redevelopment of the town hall by developer Taylor Wimpey was imminent.
But those plans have never come to fruition, and Uttoxeter Town Council has confirmed it will be bringing the indoor market back.
It will run from 9am until 4pm in the main hall of the town hall each Wednesday. The first market will be held next Wednesday, January 18.
The town council took over the running of all markets in the town from East Staffordshire Borough Council towards the end of last year.
Town clerk Lynne Brown said the return of the indoor market was an exciting prospect for the town.
She said: “Hopefully it will help to give the town a real boost. This is great news for Uttoxeter.
“The councillors are working really hard to bring the best out of all the markets in Uttoxeter.
“We are keen to get as many stalls as possible, and would urge anyone who is interested in having one to contact us.” The council hope to have around 10 stalls at the first market on Wednesday, which will include jewellery, books, make-up, flowers and craft stalls.
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