A TOWN centre market will return to Weston – despite the concerns of neighbouring businesses who said the stalls resemble ‘a refugee camp’.
North Somerset Council has granted permission for the market to return to High Street and the Italian Gardens in August and before Christmas.
Representatives from nearby firms Walker and Ling and Cecil Walker had objected, saying the stalls were downmarket in appearance and were not the right image for the town.
A Christmas market has been held on the site in both 2010 and 2011, and the application by Robin and Anita Brookes was for permission to hold another market from August 18-25, and again from November 24 to December 8.
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