Traders hope a new weekly outdoor market will help regenerate Matlock and prove to be a real asset to the town.
The hard work of local traders’ group Matlock Town Team has paid off as Derbyshire County Council has granted them £10,000 to put plans in action for the market, which will be held by the clock tower in Hall Leys Park, Matlock.
Wendy Spencer, director of the town team, said: “I’m really pleased that after months of hard work we have been granted £10,000 to produce what we feel will be a great asset to the town.
“We hope the market will improve footfall and regenerate Matlock by not only making the town more appealing to visitors but by bringing the locals back into the town centre.”
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