By Alan Weston
Stallholders have until May to quit the premises.
Traders at a long-established Liverpool indoor market reacted with dismay after being told the site was to close and they would all have to leave
Stallholders at Broadway Market in Norris Green have been given until the end of May to quit the premises as Liverpool City Council said it could no longer afford to keep it going.
It also said the market was not filled to capacity and was operating at a loss. A variety of businesses are housed at the site, including a carpet shop, clothes store, and nail bar.
Some traders have been based in the building in Broad Lane for decades but have been told they will receive no compensation.
A total of 32 people are currently employed at the market, which is housed in a building leased by the council.
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