"the market is only open to the sellers of food who produce the items themselves. No bought-in produce is permitted to be sold." Can anyone tell how Lidl was complying with the Farmers Market rules? Honestly, please do.
But Sally needs your help. She wants to buy a converted horsebox (coverted into a mobil shop) to reach local villages, many of which no longer have a shop.
Lidl weren't 'selling locally produced food' during the farmers' market yet they were at the eastern side of the square. By reason of the criteria above, Lidl had no right to be there. I would add that Lidl's presence at the farmers' market undermined the authenticity and character of the farmers' market.