Three Kingston market traders have been told to pack up and leave Market Place – as they don’t “fit in” with a new vision for the town centre.
Work to regenerate Kingston’s ancient market place begins in September, which will see it revamped into a “high quality hot and cold food offer”.
But the £5m scheme, developed by Kingston Council and Kingstonfirst, has left no room for three stalls that have served shoppers for a combined 78 years.
David Wilson, Angela Lassiter and Lorna Herne have been told their stalls do not meet the new market’s profile and have been asked to leave by Monday, May 13.
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