May 14, 2012 East Coast Target
DISCUSSIONS are being held which could see Mablethorpe market brought back into local management, avoiding the need to change the day it runs.
East Lindsey District Council had planned to change the town’s market day from the current Thursday to a Tuesday but has now revealed it is talking to the town council about a possible local management arrangement.
The news follows discussions in 2010/11 about a possible local takeover of the market in Mablethorpe.
In a letter to market traders last week, portfolio holder for regeneration, Councillor Craig Leyland, said: “Whilst the district council will have no other viable option than to change the day if it remains responsible for the market in Mablethorpe, officers will be working to achieve a local arrangement to avoid the need for the change of day.
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