Have your say on market matters

PUBLISHED: 16:00 05 October 2007 | UPDATED: 23:06 28 May 2010

FENLAND Council has asked the public what it thinks of the markets in all four Fenland towns as part of a consultation exercise designed to improve what markets have to offer. More than 120 people took part in the consultation and the council is grateful

FENLAND Council has asked the public what it thinks of the markets in all four Fenland towns as part of a consultation exercise designed to improve what markets have to offer.

More than 120 people took part in the consultation and the council is grateful for their views on how to make improvements.

The comments and suggestions will be analysed and presented to the February Overview and Scrutiny Committee.

Four lucky people who took part in the consultation process have scooped £10 vouchers for goods for sale in any of the markets.

They are: Pete Walls, Fenland District Council; K Grovell, from Walton Highway; D Mace, from Gorefield; P J Stevens, from March.


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