Residents asked for their views on Grantham market as part of district-wide consultation
People are being asked for their views on the future of Grantham market.
South Kesteven District Council is undertaking the review of its markets across the district.
At present Grantham Market, which has been in existence since medieval times, is running at a loss.
Town councils in the district are running the consultation on their markets. As Grantham does not have a town council, its district councillors are seeking views from across the community on how Grantham market can thrive again.
A public consultation is taking place with the support of the Mayor's Parlour and the Charter Trustees.
Two drop-in sessions are being held in the Mayor's Parlour in the Guildhall, St Peter’s Hill, between 10am and 4pm on Friday, November 17, and Saturday, December 2.
Questionnaires will also be made available for those unable to attend, for completion by December 2.
All comments and responses will be collated and submitted to SKDC.
For any further details, call Deputy Mayor of Grantham Councillor Charmaine Morgan on 07398 156296.
Comments may also be sent to the Mayor's Parlour by email to firstname.lastname@example.org