Producers and stallholders at Tring Farmers’ Market are urging people to come down and see what they’ve got to offer, after the footfall has steadily dropped over the last year to 18 months.
Market manager Johnnie Watherston said: “Some people think it’s elitist, but it’s not. If you compare the prices to the supermarkets, you’ll find that we’re more than competitive.
“I grow my own lamb about five miles from here, and if people want to come and see it, they can.
“I know all of my customers by their first names, and some even come just for a chat. It’s the way people used to shop, but if people don’t come and visit us, I’m afraid we’ll disappear.”
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