December 05, 2011 Tamworth Herald
TAMWORTH’S market is set to be extended following its “growing sucess” – by having a new market day on Fridays.
Town centre bosses say the market had seen a large increase in visitors and 58 new traders had taken stalls this year.
The running of the market was taken over by LSD Promotions in April and it has been working with Tamworth Borough Council to revamp the market, with ageing stalls being replaced.
A new gold and blue theme, in the colours of the Mercian flag, has been introduced.
And the market revamp has been such a success that a smaller “niche” market is to be run every Friday in St Editha’s Square for a six-month trial period from April 2012.
Director of LSD Promotions Dermot McGillicuddy said: “The request to extend the market initially came to us via a good number of existing traders who received feedback from shoppers asking for more days.
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