By Claire Harrison
Town Hall leader: ‘We can’t take risks; if stalls were to be blown over it would be very dangerous’
The threat of winds up to 49mph has led to Nuneaton’s street market being cancelled.
Due to safety fears, Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council has cancelled today’s (Wednesday, September 19) market.
With forecast wind gusts of up to 49mph, Town Hall chiefs say it is not safe to erect or operate from market stalls.
Trading will be limited to just those regular market traders with perishable goods who are able to trade from their vehicles.
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