Lincoln Christmas Market fees

The City of Lincoln council is due to decide later whether or not to increase some of the fees for stallholders at the annual Christmas market. Last year's event made a loss of £113,000.

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Author stands-by stallholder increase

The author of a report recommending that prices should go up for traders at this year's Christmas market in Lincoln says it is right that stalls which cost the council more should pay more to avoid council tax payers having to subsidise the event.

The city council will meet to consider whether to approve Kate Ellis' suggestion that food stalls which cost more because of extra waste and inspections should pay more for their pitch.

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