By Sue Austin
Oswestry’s market is seeing so many new traders set up their stalls that it could be extended into a second street.
The town’s Wednesday outdoor market had declined so much that last winter there were fewer than 10 stalls.
In a bid to save the market, based on Bailey Head and the Horsemarket, Oswestry Town Council took the decision to move it into Bailey Street.
And the decision has been success, with both the Wednesday and Saturday open air markets in Oswestry attracting more traders in recent months.
At Oswestry Town Council’s markets and town centre committee Councillor Peter Cherrington said an average of 22-23 traders a week and up to 27 some weeks was great news for the market.
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