FOOD festival organisers have been given a roasting after telling market traders they must make way during the popular two-day event.
Regular stallholders have been allowed to trade as normal in the Market Place during the Bishop Auckland Food Festival since it began more than a decade ago.
But this year they have been told the market will be suspended for the weekend.
While some traders have been offered smaller stalls in an alternative spot, others, providing children’s rides, have been told there is no space for them.
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