Market days in Aylsham are to undergo a reshuffle in a bid to ease parking problems that have sprung up after the town’s historic central square was refurbished.
The town is home to weekly markets on Mondays and Fridays and farmers markets on the first and third Saturday of the month, and since the £70,000 overhaul the square has been made a pedestrian only zone on each of these days.
But the changes have caused chaos for motorists used to parking amongst the stalls and town councillors have now decided to take action to solve the problems by cutting the number of market days.
Mondays and the first Saturday of each month will be classed as market days while Fridays and the third Saturday of the month will run as normal trading days.
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