LEDBURY Town Council is in advanced discussions over plans to hand over the town’s ancient Tuesday Market to a manager, but the response from the stall traders has been mixed.
A Charter Working Group meeting, held earlier this month, discussed ambitious proposals to eventually fill the space under the Market House with stalls, and to have two rows of stalls immediately outside the covered area.
But plant trader David Nellist said: “We don’t want a manager, and we have not been wellinformed.
No one talks to us. We get talked to after the fact.
“I’ve been here 20 years and seen traders come and go. I can’t see it making any difference.”
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