DARWEN’S MP has called on the borough council to invest more heavily in the town’s markets.
Jake Berry said the recently announced investment in the market annex was ‘not good enough’.
He also claimed the council had ‘run Blackburn into the ground’ and said Darwen was a far better place to shop.
Last month, the council announced work, expected to start in the summer, that will include new lighting, a replacement floor, redecoration of the building, refurbishment of the preparation rooms and the creation of a new store room.
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