Antrim market ‘under threat’

Thursday, 18 January 2018

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ANTRIM'S historic Thursday market could be driven out of business by the town's traffic wardens, a campaigning Alliance councillor has claimed.
The hardy band of traders have been warned that from this week eagle-eyed wardens will be clamping down hard on shoppers who bring their cars to market.
It has been a long-established 'understanding' that a blind eye would be turned to vehicles which pulled up temporarily to load up - but not any more.
And Councillor Neil Kelly fears that any such move could sound the death knell for a market which first started at the current site back in 1665.
*Read the full story in this week's Antrim Guardian


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