STALLHOLDERS selling everything from clothing to fruit and veg are queuing up to join Southend’s relaunched market.
More than two dozen market traders have expressed an interest in joining the market, which is set to start in Southend High Street this autumn.
Organiser Trevor Day, who holds weekly stalls at markets in Rayleigh,Rochford and Roots Hall, said: “The traders are very excited. It’s something new and something different. It’s going to bring footfall to a dying High Street.”
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