By John Keenan
The Brighton Farmers’ Market on Old Steine held it final event last weekend, as dwindling numbers of customers made it unviable to continue.
The market was launched in April after Brighton and Hove City Council gave special permission for a pilot scheme on a disused path near the war memorial.
Nick Mosley, organiser of the market, also blamed poor weather and the failure of some stall holders to turn up for the poor performance of the market.
He said: “For the first three or four markets we probably had up to 2,000 visitors each day.
“Later in the summer, we lost numbers down to weather and stallholders pulling out and not turning up.
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