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Try a stall on a South Kesteven market for just a tenner

Love Your Local Markets fortnight is taking place in May.
Love Your Local Markets fortnight is taking place in May.

Traders can pitch up on Grantham, Bourne or Stamford markets for just £10, as part of Love Your Local Markets fortnight in May.

There are up to 10 stalls available on each of the market days:

* Bourne - Thursday May 19 and Thursday May 26

* Stamford - Friday May 20 and Friday May 27

* Grantham - Saturday May 21 and Saturday May 28

Traders wishing to take advantage of the offer need to fill in the application form at www.southkesteven.gov.uk/loveyourmarkets by Sunday May 8.

Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

SKDC’s business manager for venues and facilities, Paul Stokes, said: “We’re pleased to offer again this opportunity for businesses whether they are existing traders in South Kesteven or individuals wanting to bring their products or services to a new customer base.

“It’s the ideal time to trial promoting your business in Bourne, Stamford and Grantham and even consider a permanent stall. Fill in the application form, return it to us and you can trade on any of the days for just £10.”

Traders need public liability insurance in place to a value of £5m in order to book a stall and food traders require relevant food hygiene certificates.

Entertainment will also be on hand at the events on May 19, 20 and 21, and look out for further Love Your Local Market initiatives in the coming weeks.

If you want to try your hand at trading on a market, and want to be considered for this £10 offer, you can apply online by visiting www.southkesteven.gov.uk/loveyourmarkets

For enquiries, email lovemarkets@southkesteven.gov.uk or call SKDC’s market events team on 01476 40 60 80.


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