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The Bath Farmers’ Market has been offered another new temporary home by the council.

The Market had to abandon its home in Green Park Station after glass fell from the roof of the historic building.

From tomorrow, (Sunday May 1), the market will be based at the Green Park car park during repairs.

This is the third temporary location used by the market after being held at the Bath Soft Cheese and Homebase parking lots in recent weeks.

Councilor Richard Samuel, Acting Council Head of Bath and North East Somerset Council, said: ‘We have been working with all parties involved to find a temporary solution so that Bath Farmers’ Market can continue to operate while work is being done to repair the roof. “

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He added, “The market is a real asset to the city and after a really tough year for all retail businesses we were eager to find a solution for local businesses to continue trading in the popular market.

“I am really happy that a temporary home secured by Covid has been found and I hope people will continue to support traders.”

Angela Morris of Bath Farmers ‘Market said: “The recent uncertainty has caused a lot of angst among customers and traders and the Bath Farmers’ Market committee has been working closely with all parties to find a new temporary home. while repairs are being made to the glass roof of Green Park Station. “

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She added: “We are pleased to report that following constructive discussions with the Council, we have now secured a new temporary home in Bath city center at Green Park Car Park.

“We look forward to welcoming all of our customers this Saturday and thank everyone for their continued support.”

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This notice was published: 2021-04-30 11:29:01