January 25, 2012 Uttoxeter Advertiser By James Brindle
UTTOXETER Town Hall welcomed the return of the indoor market to the town last week after a decade-long absence.
The building hosted stallholders from the Uttoxeter area and further afield offering a host of goods all under one roof.
The re-introduction of the indoor market comes as part of Uttoxeter Town Council’s ongoing plans to revitalise the town hall and the markets, after it took over the running of them late last year. The new indoor market will run from 9am until 4pm in the main hall of the town hall every Wednesday.
Chairman of the town council’s market committee, Hugh Montgomery, told the Advertiser it was a good day for the town. He said: “We have had stallholders come from Stafford, as their market is closed on a Wednesday so it works perfectly for them and we’ve got another six more stalls booked for next week.
“It is a very good thing to see it back in Uttoxeter and we are pleased to see so many people supporting it.” Mayor Allan Chapman added: “It’s great to see the indoor market open again and as far as I can see so far it is going well.
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