February 29, 2012 Louth Target
A SERIES of changes are being planned to breathe new life into markets in Louth and Horncastle.
The towns’ markets are set for a makeover and will be better promoted to attract new traders and customers.
East Lindsey District Council has announced changes it wants to implement to help boost the two markets as well as those which also take place in Spilsby and Mablethorpe.
Councillor Craig Leyland from Woodhall Spa, portfolio holder for the economy, said the district’s markets are important for the tourism offer.
He said: “Markets are very important in East Lindsey and with 2012 being a very important year with the Olympic torch coming through the district we hope to build on the back of the tourism for future years and better promotion of the markets will help. When we agreed to continue running the markets ourselves in 2011, we were clear that it is important that markets play a more significant role in supporting the economy in our market towns and are run more efficiently.
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