By Nick Webster
The Cherry and White market on a Friday and Saturday will set up at the bottom of Westgate Street from next month due to an archaeological dig in the square.
It is part of a redevelopment of the site to smarten it up ahead of next year’s Rugby World Cup.
But some traders, including popular butcher Andy Pattison, are not happy at losing a pitch they have called home for the last seven years since moving from the cattle market.
“We have had several moves and in 2007 thought we had found our perfect permanent home at King’s Square,” said Andy.
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