Gainsborough is set to host the monthly Farmers’ and Craft Market on Saturday 12 September, welcoming a host of new and returning traders from 9am – 3pm.
The outdoor market recently moved from Market Street into Market Place, providing a widely accessible area in which to browse the variety of stalls selling seasonal produce, sweet treats, bespoke crafts and gifts.
This month welcomes brand new trader The Old Forge Florist, whose product range features beautiful garden giftware including decorative animals, bird feeders and ornaments to brighten up any outdoor space.
In addition, returning traders include Pickles Preserves selling homemade pickles, jams and chutneys, Westwood Farm Lamb, selling traditional cuts of home grown Lincolnshire Lamb, More Bees Please offering honey and beauty products, plus The Yarnsmith, selling crochet products and monthly subscription boxes to get you ‘hooked’.
Other traders not to be missed include Redhill Farm, The Fishcake Company, Kevin Lees selling handmade pies, Eleanor Rogerson Enamel and Copper, Mount Pleasant Windmill, Capps Fish, Curly Nook Jewellery, Sarah’s Sweet Treats, A Stab in the Wool/The Man from Skidby, Wild Rose Skincare, Giddy Kipper Plants, The Cheese Shop and Hepy’s Hog Roast.
The monthly Farmers’ market is held on the second Saturday of every month and is part of a joint initiative coordinated by Marshall’s Yard with West Lindsey District Council.
Charlotte Toplass, Marshall’s Yard Tenant Liaison Executive, said: “Following the success of the Continental Street Market earlier this month, we’re delighted to welcome shoppers once again to the town centre to enjoy a safe outdoor event.
“This month’s Farmers’ and Craft Market promises a varied line up of traders selling fresh seasonal produce and bespoke gifts. We encourage shoppers to come down and spend the day in Gainsborough.”
For more information about the monthly market please visit the markets page or follow Discover Gainsborough on Facebook page.