A History Of Stafford Market
Markets were originally held on a Saturday and in 1912 the Market Hall was moved to Crabbery Street and was opened on Tuesdays for the sale of farm produce, which soon developed into a general retail market.
During the Second World War the Market was requisitioned as a Food Buffer store and also an R.A.F store. In 1946 it was de-requistioned.
Various extensions were made to the Market over the years and in 1989 it was moved to its present site at the rear of the Guildhall Shopping Centre.
The present Market hall is a modern, well-lit building with heating and an air-conditioning system and now has a wide variety of goods on sale.
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