May 3, 2012 Craven Herald
The livelihood of stallholders is on a knife edge as they wait to be thrown off Skipton High Street by bosses of one of the biggest UK mutual life and pensions companies.
The six traders, who have a total of almost 80 years on Skipton market, are also facing huge demands for compensation from Royal London (RL) which manages the Rackhams building.
They have revealed their plight on the Help Skipton Market facebook site and are urging people to bombard the company with their fears that if the move goes ahead it could see the ruin of the centuries-old market.
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