TOWN Centre bosses have announced the latest plans for bringing back the different markets in Woodley, and when they are set to re-open.

Brian Fennelly, town centre manager for Woodley, revealed in the latest residents newsletter details on when different markets are set to open.

The newsletter states that the weekly artisans market, featuring various craft goods, will reopen on June 3, and that market managers are trying to attract new businesses to take part. The town centre has also completed a full risk assessment for operating the market safely, and social distancing measures will be applied as a top priority.

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The new Sunday vegan market will also be reopening this month, with the date set on June 21, following only one previous market prior to lockdown.

Town centres bosses have stated that this will be a regular feature to the town centre, offering stalls and entertainment every month.

The Saturday market will also return with regular traders O'Neill's Fruit and Veg, Posh Pebbles Jewellery, Donnelly's Deli, Christina's Bread and Cakes, a flower stall, a traditional butcher stall, and more. Again, social distancing measures will be adhered to, to ensure the safety of both traders and customers.

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It was announced however the car boot sale would not be opening any time soon, due to the nature of the products on sale and the difficulty of maintaining social distancing. Mr Fennelly said: "As soon as it is practical and safe we will be back."