At one stall, Lincoln can proudly lay claim to the smallest farmers market in the country.
The farmers market used to be held in the High Street, to be pedantic two different locations in the High Street, one week north of the level crossing, the following week south of the level crossing.
By swapping locations, guaranteed to ensure the market was never a success.
A couple of stalls, maybe three, if very very lucky six.
It has now relocated to the side of the river, outside the side entrance to the Central Market, with little footfall, maybe out of sight, out of mind.
There is no information in the High Street to say the farmers market has relocated, therefore it is assumed it has finally collapsed.
Nor is there any information at its new location.
I found by pure chance.
I hoped last week to find the fruit and vegetable stall, but too late, it had already packed up and departed. I was in time to see a van for Redhill Farm departing.
In the week, I checked with Redhill Farm shop in Bailgate and they confirmed, the farmers market had relocated.
Sincil Street has been trashed by the local Council in cahoots with the local Coop, the Central Market trashed by the local Council, which guarantees very little footfall.
I found the regular Friday fruit and vegetable stall, this one stall is what constitutes a market in Lincoln, a market town, a bread stall, a disgusting doughnut stall and one stall for the farmers market.
At two o-clock, the one stall for the farmers market had already packed away his stock. I visited the fruit and vegetable stall. When I looked around, the guy running the stall had gone.
The doughnut stall should be kicked off. The stomach churning stench is guaranteed to kill any market.