The farmers’ market on the right track, that of the booksellers at a standstill
“For now, it is on stand-by. We will address the issue in September. “Thierry Ghezzi will say no more. Initially scheduled for May, the booksellers’ market, Quai Crauser, at the foot of the Passerelle, has not (yet?) seen the light of day.
A priori, few exhibitors responded to the call of the municipality. Which will therefore leave on a blank sheet at the start of the next school year. The other new market, this one for producers, seems to be on the right track. Since April, this gathering organized on Thursday evening, opposite the station, has been a hit: “The proof, I am overwhelmed with requests, reveals the trade assistant. About forty merchants would like to join. “The latter suffered a polite refusal from the chosen one. Satisfied with this wind of dynamism blowing over the Rive Droite district, the municipality does not wish to disturb the other players in the economic activity of the city: “There is no question of impoverishing the offer of the Saturday market. Nor to compete with the shops in the center. Conclusion: “We are sticking to the current formula, ie fourteen producers. This fully satisfies train users and Thionvillois who do not hesitate to take the Footbridge to appreciate this new market. »