Spalding, Crowland, Holbeach and Long Sutton markets have been cancelled
Markets in South Holland have been cancelled in the coronavirus crisis.
South Holland District Council has taken the decision to postpone the area's markets in Spalding, Holbeach, Crowland and Long Sutton to ensure the safety of shoppers and traders.
Yesterday (Wednesday, March 25), the council announced that it was closing public toilets to support the work of Environmental Services staffin collecting rubbish.
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In a statement last night the council said: "Following discussions with stallholders and the latest Government guidance, South Holland District Council has taken the difficult decision to cancel all our markets in the District (Spalding, Holbeach, Crowland and Long Sutton) until further notice.
"The safety of our stallholders, staff and residents is of course always our priority, and our team are contacting stallholders with information and support to help them during this temporary closure."