by Cumbria Crack
Residents and traders are being asked to play a key role in shaping the future of Kendal’s indoor and outdoor markets.
South Lakeland District (SLDC), which operates the markets, has started a comprehensive consultation with market traders, local business owners, the public, Kendal BID, Kendal Futures, the National Market Traders’ Federation (NMTF) and other stakeholders to develop plans to improve Kendal Market.
Residents will be asked questions on the use of the markets, such as how often they visit the markets, whether they are visiting more or less than a year ago, and how they would rate the markets on variety and quality of stalls, service, trading hours/days, location/layout and cleanliness. They will also be asked what would encourage them to use the markets more and what type of stalls they would like to see.
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