March, 30, 2012 Craven Herald
Market stallholders have lost their battle with Boots over the rent of their plot on the High Street setts which they have run for the past six years.
A County Court judge, in Skipton, has found in favour of Boots despite a 5,000-name petition backing the Wilkinsons, who ran a plant stall.
Vincent Wilkinson and his wife Kath had stopped paying rent to Boots in 2007 after the national company failed to issue a licence.
But the fight was not over, said Mr Wilkinson who has written to Defra seeking clarification of the bylaws relating to the 800-year-old market.
He said: “There is no other market in England run in the same way – it’s unique.
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