MIDHURST town councillors have vowed to fight on in a bid to ensure markets are held in the historic town.
Reporting on a meeting held with Chichester District Council (CDC) Steve Morley and John Quilter told fellow councillors although they accepted currently, farmers’ markets were not financially viable, options were still being considered.
The future of farmers’ markets in Midhurst was debated at a special meeting of town councillors along with Chichester district councillor John Connor and environment management officers Matthew China and Alison Stevens.
It was reported the district council would stop funding any shortfall in market income from the end of next March. In addition business rates would be applied to stall charges from the start of the new financial year.
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