Southwest Business by Dan Charles
Nearly 2,000 shoppers have thrown their weight behind the bid to keep the historic Eastgate Market in Gloucester in its familiar surroundings.
From butchers and fish mongers to tailors and tattoo artists, the once-thriving market has it all – with some traders having been in business there for half a century.
But now plans are being drawn up that would see the market move upstairs in The Eastgate shopping centre to make way for discount brand store TK Maxx.
Many traders feel moving the market will decrease footfall and could lead to the closure of their businesses.
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