March 12, 2012 Craven Herald
From the beginning of the month, Skipton Market became the joint responsibility of Skipton Town Council and Craven District Council.
The town council, which plans to take over full responsibility in a year, will undertake the day-to-day running, while Craven will remain the market authority.
The town will also be responsible for the promotion of the four-day-a-week market and getting it over to a wider audience.
The changeover period should mean a smooth transition and give the town council time to transfer the necessary by-laws.
So, what will it mean for the market – seen as a “jewel in Skipton’s crown” – both in the short and long term?
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