TRADERS at an indoor shopping centre, which was due to close today, (Friday, January 17) have been given a reprieve.
More than a dozen stalls at the building run by InShops on Middle Street in Consett were to shut up shop after they were given notice by the firm, which is going into liquidation.
The centre houses a newsagent, greengrocers, card shop, clothing store, watch and mobile phone repair stalls, as well as a café.
Business owners received letters last Saturday informing them they had six days to remove their stock and assets.
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