Tuesday 15th November 2011 Hampshire Chronicle By Warwick Payne
SOME stores in Winchester have seen a drop in trade because of market stalls being outside their front doors.
The details emerged at the monthly meeting of the city’s Business Improvement District this morning (Tuesday, November 15).
Its executive director, Chris Turner, said they had asked High Street stores if their trade was down.
A few shops in the section running east from Upper Brook Street had reported a slight drop this summer, he said.
It comes after market traders expanded into the High Street from Middle Brook Street with city council permission.
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