By Jennie Slevin
Bracknell Forest Council has submitted plans to create an outdoor market with up to 16 stalls which could be open as soon as Friday, July 18.
Market traders selling flowers, bread and handmade gifts could be in Bracknell town centre by this summer as plans are revealed for an outdoor market.
Bracknell Forest Council has submitted plans to create a market with up to 16 stalls and, if approved, is expected to open by Friday, July 18.
The outdoor market is planned to be open two days a week as well as special shopping days.
The proposal was devised after the council’s Regeneration Committee gave the go-ahead for Bracknell Market, which is on the first floor of the former 3M building, to be relocated.
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