Pop up traders sought for Peterborough’s new outdoors market as part of plans to grow the venue

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Plans have been unveiled to expand Peterborough’s new outdoors market – even though it has still to reopen

Now traders willing to operate pop up stalls for two or three days a week are being sought by Peterborough City Council as it looks at possibly enlarging the new Bridge Street venue.

The move comes as the council complete final adjustments to the new 12 wooden kiosks that make up the outdoors market, that had originally been expected to open in April after being moved to make way for an apartments development at its former site in Northminster.

There will be five traders in the outdoor wooden kiosks – a greengrocer, handbags/luggage, African fabrics and textiles, coffee and sandwiches, DVD and Retro computer games – and these will use all the 12 units, with some traders taking double-kiosks.

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