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Review by Dave Ledward on 21st September, 2011

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An added attraction to Flint town centre (just a few minutes drive from Chester and Wrexham) is the open-air market. Recently re-opened after many years of non-existance, the market can be found on the main street (Church Street) and boasts various stalls of quality with many a bargain to be found. Close parking is plentiful and with road and train links very convenient it makes the experience extremely pleasurable.

Date visited: Most Fridays

Review by Paul Fadden on 29th March, 2010

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This was the first time this year I was at this market the owners of this market should be ashamed of them selves as the state of the place ie dirty empty of traderes and the time we were ther was spent walking from stall to stall through empty stall frames trying to get round our little boy walked in to an empty stall frame and bangd his head we were told to report this to the owners we were told to find the lad that was collecting the rent from the traders we were told by this lad to keep an eye on him we were told by the trader we spoke to he said he was sorry for this lads attitude and said thats the owners not interested just there for the rents this lad is 6 ft black bushy hair and brain dead must have banged his own head and they charge you for parking on a sandy and dusty du

Date visited: sunday 23rd march 2010

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