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Petition launched to save Town Hall Market

Created on 21/01/2018 @ 09:05
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Traders have launched an on-line petition to help save the historic Town Hall market in Welshpool.

Welshpool Town Council is in talks with Powys County Council over a plan to relocate the market to Church Street Car Park in a bid to link the town to the new supermarket area.

But the petition claims every market trader located in the Town Hall is opposed to the move and are calling for support by launching the petition.

The petition says: “Each signature on this petition will help SAVE our local market, an important part of Welshpool's High Street and history of the Town Hall.
“All the current small business owners trading in Welshpool Market are strongly against the possible closure and expensive relocation to an out-of-town area, where we would no longer be able to consider ourselves a market community.
“The relocation is likely to force some traders to stop trading locally, our most loyal traders have been at the heart of this market for many years and are well known and liked by the local community.
“We do not want to see the end of our traditional indoor market.
“We need your help. Each signature is one step closer to saving the Town Hall Market.
Your voice really can help prevent this.

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