East Lindsey District Council is doing everything it can to halt a worrying decline in the popularity of Horncastle historic market.
There has been mounting concern about the number of stalls at markets on Thursdays and Saturdays.
ELDC markets manager Esther Belton attended to a meeting of Horncastle Town Council last week.
She admitted there had been a decline in the number of traders year-on-year although actual ‘bookings’ had increased.
She said the difference was down to traders not turning up on market days, even though they had booked and often paid for places.
However, she assured councillors that stringent efforts were being made to boost the number of stalls.
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