By Adam Care
Traders in Melksham have welcomed the decision to move the town’s weekly market back to the traditional Market Place.
The Tuesday market started six months ago in the Church Street car park, but with footfall declining Wiltshire Council are planning to move it somewhere more visible.
Tom Ince, of Wiltshire Council, said: “We are looking to move it back into the Market Place as a trial, hopefully from April 1, unless we get any objections from local residents or businesses.
“We struggled a bit with footfall where it is now, and we are hoping it will pick up in the new location.
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