How Borough Market traders feel a month after the London Bridge terror attacks
'Coming to work here was a pleasure before - but now it’s a duty'
Words by Delphine Chui and Jenny Proudfoot
Today marks one month since the London Bridge terror attack, which also targeted Borough Market, eliciting reactions across the globe.
The incident saw a van plough into pedestrians on London Bridge before driving to Borough Market where they targeted victims in a series of stabbings, leaving eight people dead and a further 48 injured.
Following the attack, Borough Market was closed for 10 days, with the surrounding area cordoned off by police, reopening just weeks ago.
The closure is said to have cost market traders £1.4 million, with stallholders losing vast quantities of stock and loss of earnings, something many fear they will not get back in insurance.
Since the attack a fund has been set up by the market, seeing more than £100,000 donated to support traders, and £33,000 from the emergency fund has already been distributed to help struggling smaller traders.
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