Nottingham Post By Alexander Britton
MARKET traders in Clifton fear they could lose business if their stalls are moved when work to extend the tram system begins next month.
The Southchurch Drive market is held every Friday and Saturday and traders sell meat, fruit, vegetables and household items.
There are fears the stalls will have to move, which could lead to fewer customers using them.
Dean Kerry, who has run a fruit and vegetable stall for 25 years, believes the market could stay in the same spot during the work.
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