June 21, 2012 Cambridge News by Chris Havergal
Street traders have formed a new organisation in Cambridge to improve the service to customers and boost sales.
The 17 traders – who have more than 250 years’ experience between them and offer goods ranging from sausages to souvenirs – have set up a city branch of the National Market Traders Federation.
They aim to raise awareness of the variety of goods which can be bought from stalls and to work to push up standards.
John Fenton, who runs Cambridge Crepes in Sidney Street and has been elected chairman of the branch, told the News: “Cambridge has some of the best street traders in the country and we hope that by working together we will be able to keep this high standard.
“We’ll discuss issues as a group rather than dealing with one thing here and one thing there, and I think it will be a real benefit to all of us.”
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