Chorley Guardian by Rosie Swarbrick
“The market truly is at the centre of our community.”
The face of traditional markets across Lancashire has changed in recent years.
When the supermarkets started to grow and shoppers could get everything they wanted from the big chains, it was time for market bosses to up their game.
And, as South Ribble Council’s cabinet member with responsibility for Strategic Planning and Housing, Coun Cliff Hughes says, the market is again booming.
All 27 stalls are booked out at Leyland Market – and they have a waiting list of stallholders keen to get a slice of the
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