CAISTOR will be awash with the sights and smells of some of the county’s best food this month, as the town’s farmers markets get under way.
More than fifteen food producers from across Lincolnshire have booked in for the first market, which will be held on Saturday April 14 in the Market Place and Cornhill areas of the town from 10am to 4pm.
High quality meat and fish, Lincolnshire cheeses, homemade breads, cakes, preserves and confectionery will all be on offer.
This new venture for the town council has been much anticipated, especially after the success of the food fairs held this year and last year.
Many of the producers from the recent spring food fair will be at the market, so if there was something you didn’t get to try at the fair, make sure you get along to the market.
“We have a great selection of stalls coming to the market offering a real taste of what Lincolnshire has to offer,” said town clerk Helen Pitman.
This is just the first of the regular farmer’s markets which will be held in the town over the coming months.
The markets will always be held on the second Saturday of the month, with a range of seasonal stalls being added throughout the year.
Some roads in the centre of the town will be closed to traffic, but this will not affect the buses or disabled access.
Visitors to the market will also find plenty of free parking available in the town.