January 12 2012 BBC
Wrexham council has temporarily cut rents for market stall holders by 25% in a bid to help them during the winter slow-down.
The rate cut will apply throughout January until March at the town’s three indoor markets and 27 council-owned shops.
Previous initiatives to try and boost business have included free parking.
Asian vegetable trader Evelyn Clutton urged people to shop locally and support the markets. She said: “The council is trying their best to help each one of us. “I know they have not been great in the past, but they are trying.”
Wrexham town centre manager Isobel Watson said the council introduced free parking in some areas last year after concerns from traders.
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