April 27, 2012 Fife Today
KIRKCALDY Farmer’s Market is in danger of folding … unless more people use it.
That’s the message from Barbara Wardlaw, secretary of Fife Farmer’s Market, which co-ordinates the monthly event.
She told the Press that since the start of this year the market – which sets up in the square outside the Town House in Wemyssfield – has been a lot quieter and she is now worried they will start to lose some of their stallholders.
Barbara said: “I have three stallholders already thinking about leaving because their takings are dropping. They can’t afford to keep coming along.
‘‘They have said they are prepared to stay on for another couple of months to see if we can turn things around – but if we can’t get more people to come down, it could mean the farmer’s market in Kirkcaldy will be lost.”
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