Plans to bring a weekly market to Lurgan town centre are gathering pace with council having agreed on a number of issues.
The market will take place in the town every Thursday with stalls pitching on the plaza and in designated ‘No Waiting’ restriction parking bays.
Thursday was decided to be the best day for the market as there was previous tradition for the market to be held on that day.
Council have also spoken with Armagh and Banbridge councils to ensure their markets didn’t clash.
According to a recent meeting of the development committee there had been 10 expressions of interest for the 12 stalls.
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