GLOUCESTER’S Farmer’s Market is to continue through the winter after the boss of Stroud’s thriving Farmers’ Market agreed to keep it going.
Kardien Gerbrands said he would run the weekly market from January to March as an interim measure.
Grenchurch Ltd previously ran the Friday market, but with its tenancy due to expire at the end of December, and no new agreement in place, Grenchurch declined to run the market through the winter months.
Gloucester City Council is putting together a tender document and will be inviting market organisers to submit bids to run the market from April.
But in the meantime, Made in Stroud will keep the market trading.
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