By Vicki Henderson
TRADERS should look at what they can do themselves to bring more customers into Darlington’s markets, as well as expecting the council to make improvements, a councillor has argued.
Councillor Paul Harman told a meeting of Darlington Borough Council’s place scrutiny committee that he felt some traders did not realise just how radically the market needed to change if it is to survive.
The historic Covered Market is the subject of a review by the place scrutiny committee to look at how it can be improved with an eye to keeping it sustainable in the face of modern shopping habits.
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