Plans to breathe fresh life into Berwick’s historic charter market have been unveiled by the Portas town team as part of its regeneration efforts.
The town team has been in talks with traders past and present to come up with a way of making the twice-weekly market more attractive to shoppers.
Ed Swales, town team chairman, said: “We want to make the market something worth coming to.
“We want to improve the variety of stalls by adding local artisans and we want to change the lay-out so that it’s not just like the M6 with people trying to get past as quickly as possible.
“We want it to be aesthetically more interesting and turn it into a more fun and welcoming environment for all the family so that people will spend a bit longer in the Marygate area.”
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