The new operator for Walton Street Market has said he is looking forward to “making the traders and people of Hull” happy again when he re-opens the iconic market on Wednesday.
Gary Platt, owner of The Platt Group, has been accepted by Hull City Council to run the market every Wednesday and Sunday, starting on Wednesday, July 4.
The market was previously run by Town and Country Markets but following “financial difficulties” landlords at the council ended the contract.
Traders and shoppers had no idea the market would be closing until a notice was put on the gate declaring the closure with immediate effect.
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