The popular local produce market has returned after a three-month absence.
It will be run in the forecourt of the town’s United Reformed Church, Main Street, from 9am to 4pm.
The news comes after two months of upheaval for shoppers on the town’s Main Street, which has been closed since the start of March for vital repair works.
The town has been without the local produce market since Cumbrian Food Direct pulled out of running it in Market Place in January.
The Maryport-based company is set to be wound up.
Geraud Markets Limited, which runs markets on behalf of Allerdale council in Workington, Keswick and Silloth, will now manage the one in Cockermouth.
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