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Council looks for public feedback on Rhyl Market

Published date: 30 April 2014 |
Published by: Stephanie Price 
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FOUR years on from the start of the Rhyl Market a survey is being carried out to see what people think of it.

Denbighshire County Council and Denbighshire Voluntary Services Council (DVSC) have appointed consultants, Quarterbridge Ltd, to carry out the comprehensive survey.

Councillor David Smith, Denbighshire's Cabinet Lead Member for Public Realm, said: "The market has been welcomed by some but not others and we want to gather these views to give us a really clear picture of where we are now and where we need to be heading in the future.

"We want to hear from as many people as possible, from businesses, market traders, residents and visitors to ensure we are able to get the most out of the study."

People will be asked about all aspects of the market, including its management, layout and siting, its make-up, what is sold and on what days it is held. The results will form the basis of an in-depth study into the market, its benefits and any drawbacks.

Hard copies are available at the One Stop Shop at the Rhyl Town Hall or Rhyl Library or online at www.quarterbridge.co.uk/rhyl and will run untill May 21.

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