Stallholders and residents in Levenshulme will instead run their own market after the council-run one was dropped.
Traders are to run their own monthly markets – after the council-run one was dropped because it was not profitable enough.
Stallholders and residents in Levenshulme, south Manchester, will instead run their own market, with profits ploughed back into the community.
The new market will feature around 30 stalls selling food and drink, organic produce, vintage clothing and gifts. It will be run as a social enterprise by volunteers.
Organisers hope the markets will become a monthly community event for Levenshulme, with live entertainment and kids’ activities also on offer .
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