THREE local markets have been given the thumbs up after a visit by Trading Standards officers.
Louth Market was visited by Trading Standards as part of the Real Deal scheme which aims to rid markets and car boot sales nationwide of counterfeit and illegal goods.
As a result of being given the all clear the three East Lindsey District Council run markets in Horncastle, Louth and Spilsby have all earned all the Real Deal accreditation and signed up to a Markets’ Charter – recognising East Lindsey’s commitment to safe and fair trading at its local markets.
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