While the autumn event had been growing in popularity, so too had the costs of running it.
Fermanagh businesses are much more worried about rising costs than the Brexit Protocol, according to a new survey carried out by the local Council.
“I dread October when this price hike happens and everyone starts using more gas and electricity in the winter.”
There have been further calls for the Executive to be reformed to tackle the cost of living crisis.
With the cost of living biting hard, local independent cafes are being forced to put up their prices. Local chef Marty McAdam, owner of The Street Kitchen and Paget Lane in Enniskillen is defending their prices believing they are ‘fair’ and ‘necessary.’ This comes after comments underneath a story on The Herald’s Facebook page about new Enniskillen […]
The market takes place from 11am until 2pm at the Devenish Room at the Forum on April 23rd.
“If it doesn’t soon start improving farmers will have no choice but to sell off the stock.”
“Is it going to be any help? Not really. If it was a substantial reduction then maybe it would help.”
Call for immediate action as Fermanagh families and farmers are facing an ‘unprecedented crisis’.
A total of 30 percent of those surveyed even said they were putting off going to medical appointments due to the costs.