MARKET goers in Shoreham will be able to meet candidates for the general election on Saturday.
Representatives from various political parties will be in East Street during Shoreham Farmers’ Market.
The monthly market, from 9am to 1pm, normally has around 50 stalls selling a wide range of local fresh produce and goods.
Tim Loughton, Conservative MP, will be holding his usual street surgery from 10am to midday.
James Doyle, the Green Party candidate, will be available from 10am to 1pm.
Tim Macpherson, the Labour Party candidate will be meeting visitors to the market from 10am to midday.
Mike Glennon, the UKIP candidate, said a contingent from his party will have a stand at the southern end of East Street during the market.