Don’t axe the indoor market
With reference to one of your letter writers who seems to have a very jaundiced view of our indoor market, I would like to register my disagreement with the view that we would be better off by having it replaced by another floor to the car park. May I as
With reference to one of your letter writers who seems to have a very jaundiced view of our indoor market, I would like to register my disagreement with the view that we would be better off by having it replaced by another floor to the car park. May I ask the following questions: Where in Stevenage can you get such a large selection of knitting patterns and wools, where such a range of kitchenware and baking utensils?
Where else, as a lady, can you walk in off the street for a haircut, wash and blow dry at such a low price?
Where can you get electrical equipment and spares as efficiently, anything not in stock can be procured within days, artists materials, sewing and embroidery materials, etc, etc...
I would mention the friendliness and helpfulness of all the stallholders which I find sadly lacking in many of the larger outlets in the town.
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Here, then, is one user of our indoor market who would be very sorry to see it removed from our scene. One user of many, I'm sure.
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