March 5, 2012 Louth Target
WITH the announcement to the changes and improvement of the markets in Louth and Horncastle, some of the traders spoke to the Target to give their views…
James Pocklington who runs Olleys, an olive stall on Louth market, said: “I am a bit concerned that the supervisor’s role may not be there any more. I don’t think that has been well thought out for health and safety when there is a lot of members of the public here. Is it going to be up to the traders to police the markets?
“The canopies will make the market look better and I welcome the extra promotion as we’ve been saying we want more signs for the markets.
“I hope that East Lindsey will communicate more with the traders. All the traders need to be on board before anything is finalised.”
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