A FURIOUS market trader has blasted transport chiefs after claiming long-running roadwork is denting morale and town centre business.
Jonathan Hill, who runs a card stall on the Wycombe market, has branded the four-month resurfacing of the High Street and Church Street “a joke”.
The work has prevented buses from stopping in the High Street before travelling on to the bus station – which Mr Hill claims has put off many shoppers, particularly the elderly, from visiting the market end of town.
Mr Hill said: “It’s a joke. We have lost so many customers, especially the elderly because they do not want, or are unable, to walk in the rain from either Easton Street or the bus station. It’s too far for them.
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