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Christmas market's not family-friendly
12:24pm Wednesday 18th December 2013 in Letters
AT Salisbury Christmas market we were pushed into a tiny corner (could have been spread round Queen Street) with no room to view the stalls.
And as for enjoying the food sold, people are huddled on the Guildhall steps.
Could we not have had some benches and tables so it was a social experience where we could meet and chat with friends?
The children singing were pushed into a tiny space with no microphone so that we could enjoy seeing and hearing their beautiful voices.
There was nothing for children - my grandson had £3 to spend and there was nothing for him to buy, not even some little sweets. The stalls were full of expensive items. Families this year do not have a lot of pennies to spare.
MARJORIE FINLAY, Salisbury
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