Durham's indoor and outdoor markets are due to reopen next month after coronavirus lockdown forced closure.
The outdoor market is expected to resume on June 13 and its indoor hall is due to open from June 22.
The markets have been closed since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Durham Markets' director Colin Wilkes said measures will be in place to help shoppers social distance in a bid to stop the virus from spreading.
We've heard from many traders and customers who want to see life begin to return to normal, but for us it is important that we get it right and we reopen safely.
There are more than 30 traders at Durham Market Place.
Durham's outdoor markets will reopen from the week beginning June 1, apart from Barnard Castle (from June 10) and Durham City (June 13).
Durham Outdoor Market will be open from 9am until 4.30pm (Saturdays).
Durham Indoor Market will be open from 9am until 4.30pm.