Saturday 22nd October 2011 the Western Telegraph
A decision to relocate the weekly market in Pembroke Dock has been described as a “blow” for the town, as Pembrokeshire County Council eyes up the Market Hall for training purposes.
Chris Rees, whose family has been trading in Pembroke Dock Market Hall for three generations, said: “More than likely we will be out straight after Christmas.
“I feel as if Pembrokeshire County Council are washing their hands of us. I don’t think they want a market in Pembroke Dock.”
The St Govan’s Centre in the centre of the town and the London Road Mall have been suggested to market traders as possible alternative locations.
But Mr Rees said that no units were available at St Govan’s and there were inadequate facilities available in the middle of the shopping centre for traders such as him.
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