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Popular vendor Lee Welham is looking after other sellers in Cambridge

2 monthes ago   |   By The Big Issue

Cambridge vendor Lee Welham has vowed to “never give up” on his market stall dream as the coronavirus pandemic has seen him work harder than ever to look after other vendors.
Lee, 36, sells the magazine at the Round Church in Cambridge and has become known among his regular customers and tourists for giving a tour and telling visitors facts about the attraction.
But, as well as vending, he is also a franchisee who is responsible for ensuring other vendors in Cambridge can buy their magazines.
Watch Lee on Channel 4 News
And even though this week he and his fellow vendors have been unable...
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