Kimberley Farmers Market (KFM) in Nottingham are looking are looking for new traders as part of an exciting plan to expand the market.
KFM has been established since 2009 and currently operates every first Saturday of the month between 9am and 1pm at Toll Bar Square, Kimberley.
One of the volunteer committee members Maureen Smith said “we are very encouraged with the number of people who continue to visit the market every month, and to enhance our range of products on sale we now want to invite additional market holders to trade”.
Borough Councillor for Kimberley Richard Robinson who also helps run the market added “the market has become an established and important part of the community in Kimberley and we attract visitors from around the county, so have decided therefore to look for new traders”.  He added “initiatives such as local farmers market very much help regenerate local communities, foster a community spirit and offer locally produced goods and alternatives to the predominant supermarket chains”.
Anyone interested in holding a stall should contact Maureen Smith