March 12, 2012 Manchester Evening News
Traders at a struggling market say they will be out of business within six months – unless they win a last-ditch bid to be moved.
Stallholders at Wythenshawe outdoor market say business is at its worst since they opened more than 30 years ago. The market is currently situated in the grounds of Civic Centre – but traders feel they are not central enough.
Matthew Morrison, who runs a discount pets store, is spearheading the campaign to move the market – and is being backed by fellow stallholders. He was recently given a new plot nearer to the centre but hopes he and the rest of the traders can be moved closer still.
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