June 21, 2012 EDP24
Entrepreneurs are being encouraged to “test the market” in King’s Lynn and Hunstanton as part of a new initiative by West Norfolk Council.
The scheme, which will be launched for National Markets Fortnight which starts next week will see up to 12 new traders join existing stallholders on Tuesday Market Place in King’s Lynn and South End Car Park in Hunstanton from August 6 to August 12.
The scheme is designed to encourage entrepreneurialism and to help to bring diversity to the market. Alistair Beales, cabinet member for regeneration at West Norfolk Council, said: “In recent years with the rise of internet shopping and low cost large retailers the nature of markets has changed.
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