A spokesperson from East Lindsey District Council said: “Following the Government announcement on Monday, April 5, to confirm that all retail can re-open on Monday, April 12, we are pleased to say that Spilsby, Horncastle and Louth markets will re-open fully with all traders invited back to their weekly pitches from Monday, dependant on market day in each town.
“Our markets have a number of stalls offering a diverse and attractive range of goods, services and fresh local produce.
“There is something for everyone – including fruit and vegetables, fresh fish, flowers and plants, clothing, fabrics, crafts and gifts – there’s so much to see.
“You will also have the opportunity to take a seat and let local cafes serve you delicious refreshments at their seating areas on the markets.”
Spilsby Market is held in Market Place Car Park and Buttercross Car Park, Spilsby, PE23 5JT every Monday from 9am to 4pm, excluding Bank Holidays. Please note the auction will be returning later in the year.
Horncastle Market is held in Market Place, Horncastle, LN9 5HB every Thursday and Saturday 9am to 4pm with every second Thursday of the month being the Farmers’ Market
Louth Market is held at Cornmarket, Louth, LN11 9PD on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays 9am to 4pm with a Farmers’ Market on the fourth Wednesday of each month and the Food Friday market on the second Friday of each month.
Other markets in East Lindsey District run by town councils can be found at www.e-lindsey.gov.uk/MarketDays
When visiting any of the markets shoppers are reminded to remember HANDS – FACE – SPACE and adhere to any directions given by the traders at their stalls.
Anyone looking to trade on any of the above mentioned markets should email [email protected] or visit www.e-lindsey.gov.uk/markets for more information.