By Alison Sanders
The St Mary Street Saturday market was due to end on April 26 but has now been saved
A popular street market is saved from closure after Cardiff council stepped in to help with the license fee.
Stall holders at the St Mary Street Saturday Market said they were told the market would be closing at the end of the month and said they feared for their livelihoods.
But Cardiff council has now confirmed the market will continue. It said it will “remove the burden of a license fee” to benefit stall holders and to make it easier to attract more traders.
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