Harrow times by Emma Innes
A street market set up to boost the fortunes of North Harrow has proved so popular that it is to become a permanent fixture.
The North Harrow Street Market, in Pinner Road and Station Road, was set up by Harrow Council using Mayor of London Outer London Funding.
It was initially an occasional three day market but attracted more than 4,000 visitors.
As a result it will now take place monthly with the next market being set up from October 4 to 7.
Trader Hina Ansari, of Hatch End, who sells ethnic food at the market said: “I think it is a brilliant idea to move to a monthly three day market.
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