By Ben Ireland
PRESSURE is mounting on the owners of a ‘rundown’ market as politicians are urging them to bring it up to standard.
Traders at Arnold Market are concerned for the future of their stalls because of a lack of investment in the historic market place.
Gedling MP Vernon Coaker and Gedling council leader John Clarke are writing a joint letter to the owners, Thurland Estates.
“We want to improve the town centre in all sorts of ways to make it more attractive to the traders and the local shoppers,” said Mr Coaker.
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