Concerns over the future of a market have been allayed by the town council.
Biggleswade market traders will no longer be provided with stalls by the town council – but the council says that it will still be business as usual.
Market goer Philip Marsom this week contacted the Chronicle to express his fears that the move could cause the market to close down.
He said: “Some of these people travel a long distance, and to put a stall on top of all their goods will be difficult. We are going to lose the market, which brings people into the town.”
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