March 21, 2012 Ashbourne News Telegraph By Natalie Wakefield *UPDATE BELOW*
A CRUCIAL meeting to consider the future of stall markets in Ashbourne will be held at Matlock tomorrow. (March 22)
Derbyshire Dales District Council’s partnership and regeneration committee will consider whether proposals to close Ashbourne’s Thursday market should be subject to public consultation.
A petition bearing 244 signatures will be presented to the committee before the meeting starts tomorrow evening and market supporters are hoping a raft of potential solutions will stave off the threat of closure.
Petition organiser, Paul Miller said: “The petition ended up with 244 signatories including Councillors, former Mayors, retailers, stallholders and lots of local residents. “The petition raised a lot of healthy discussion with valid but constructive criticism, some people coming forward saying that they would like to help, potential stallholders.
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March 22, 2012 Derby Telegraph Historic market given a reprieve as councillors stall on closing it down
TRADERS at Ashbourne’s Thursday market have been given a 12-month reprieve after councillors disagreed with a recommendation to close it. Read More. . . .
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