CUSTOMERS will be among stakeholders consulted over the next few months about the options for the future operation of Stroud’s popular and award winning Farmers’ Market, the local council has decided.
Existing market operator Kardien Gerbrands’ licence to run the weekly market at Cornhill was also extended for seven months by the meeting of the Stroud District Council Strategy and Resources Committee.
The decisions were taken after a 2,000 name petition was raised in protest at an earlier tender process begun by the council for the market’s future operation.
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