North Lincolnshire Council, as the organiser, has confirmed that February's Brigg Farmers' Market will go ahead "for essential goods."
Coronavirus emergency Lockdown 3 is still in force but the monthly farmers' event will proceed on Saturday (February 27) and be accompanied by stalls forming the Saturday general market. Operating hours will be from 8am until mid-afternoon.
Shoppers need to comply with the social distancing guidelines, particularly when queueing and making purchases of cheese, bread, cakes and other produce.
Free parking will be available for market visitors arriving by car - a long-established concession from the North Lincolnshire authority.
The farmers' market, established more than 20 years ago, was suspended for a spell during Lockdown 1 last year.
PICTURED: A farmers' market held last summer.