COMMUNITY leaders are urging residents to support a town’s historic market as it fights back in the battle against out-of-town shopping and economic uncertainty.
Bedale was first granted its market charter more than 860 years ago and it has been a focal point of trade in the town ever since.
The town council, which took over responsibility for the market from Hambleton District Council in 2006, wants to secure the event’s future for generations to come.
Budding entrepreneurs are being offered the chance to test their selling skills with a trial market stall price of just £11 per day.
Mayor Amanda Coates said: “The market is such an important part of the town, we really want to see it being used and improved.
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