Angry Chesterfield market traders have issued an ultimatum to council chiefs to save their stalls.
Chesterfield stall-holders say trade has dropped since moving in to the temporary market hall and they have lost thousands of pounds.
Some traders fear they may have to shut up shop and will not see the revamped market hall open.
Lisa Prisk, of Ye Olde Sweet Shoppe, said she had not made any money since moving in to the unit last October.
She added: “We are fed up of not having any footfall. It’s dead and we are starting to have more staff than customers.”
“I’ve had to reduce my staff and in three months I haven’t taken a penny myself.
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