Three market traders who have been told to leave Kingston’s ancient market ahead of a planned revamp have vowed to stay on beyond their eviction date.
But they could find out tomorrow whether an application to extend their stay in Kingston has been successful.
David Wilson, Angela Lassiter and Lorna Herne were all given a month’s notice by town centre manager Kingstonfirst, as they did not fit in with the new vision for the market.
They were given until this Monday, May 13, to pack up and leave before work to turn the 12th century site into a hot and cold food market begins in September.
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