Shop local is appeal from Spalding market traders who have returned this morning
Stallholders who have returned to Spalding market after three months are appealing to people to shop local.
This morning, traders selling non-essential goods have set-up in the Sheep Market and Market Place for the first time since Christmas.
Non-essential shops, barbers, pubs and cafes enjoyed a busy first day yesterday as lockdown restrictions were eased.
One person who is thrilled to be back is market trader Jeanie Killick, who runs Jeanie's Haberdashery in the Sheep Market.
Jeanie, of Wyberton, said: "It is amazing to be open again. December was the last time we were able to trade.
"I would ask people to please come and support the traders as we have had a long and hard time.
If you don't support us, we won't be here. Please shop local."
Tony Schofield, who runs Tony's Bygones on the Market Place, is also pleased to be setting up in the sunshine.
He said: "It is wonderful to be back. I am over the moon.
"Spalding is the best market as it is well supported.
"We have had the lockdown since Christmas and it is nice to be back."