Rhyl Journal by Matt Jones
RHYL market could offer free stalls for residents to help kick start their own businesses.
Denbighshire Council is looking to offer ten stalls to up and coming businessmen and women rent free for eight weeks in a bid to encourage entrepreneurship.
The twice-weekly market is held in the High Street on Thursdays and Saturdays and in October last year was made a permanent fixture in the town.
West Rhyl councillor Ian Armstrong, who has previously worked as a market trader, said the plan was a good idea.
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