WORTHING Town Centre Initiative will take over the running of the town’s market from today.
The Wednesday market, which has 78 pitches, has been run by Town and Country Markets for the last 11 years but the company’s most recent offer showed a decrease in rent so a vote was taken to run the market in house.
Town centre manager Sharon Clarke said: “There are a lot of regular traders so we wanted to protect the revenues and keep those traders coming along every week. They have got a good relationship with the people of Worthing and a lot of people come down specifically to see them.
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