May 22, 2012 Berwick Advertiser
MARKET traders have called for the reintroduction of town centre parking as the only way of reversing its declining fortunes.
The call comes after a new report revealed Berwick is the only market in Northumberland which has suffered a drop in income over the past year.
Figures show there was a five per cent fall in the number of pitches let and a near £10,000 drop in income in 2011/12.
Paul Murray, who has run the fruit and veg stall at the market for 30 years, said: “Until they sort out the car parking issue it’s difficult to see how things are going to improve.
“When the council stopped cars parking on Marygate six or seven years ago it had a drastic impact on the market and the recent change in enforcement policy has done likewise.
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