EADT24 By Mariam Ghaemi
The woman who has been appointed in a new role to develop the markets in west Suffolk said they should be viewed as tourist attractions.
Sharon Fairweather is the new west Suffolk markets development officer, covering the markets in Bury St Edmunds, Haverhill, Newmarket, Mildenhall and Brandon.
Previously tourism officer with St Edmundsbury Borough Council, Miss Fairweather will be putting her background in tourism to good use.
She said: “The market is a reason to come to town. A lot of people shop online now, but the market is an attraction.”
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