THE Uniting Church market committee would love to see a busker on board to get the markets rockin’.
After 10 years of the Mundubbera monthly markets, the appeal has gone out for some live entertainment.
Market co-ordinator Jan Newman said the success of the markets was due to the wonderful community and the dedication of the stall holders.
“We raise money for the church and over the years we have helped all types of charity organisations,” she said.
“CareFlight, Fred Hollows, Chappies, Rotary Lodge and all the
different groups that have come and had a stall at the market over the years.
“And now to brighten up the atmosphere we would like some live music.”
Stall holdersWally and Liz Philippi said they drove up from Gundia, just south of Maryborough, every month.
“We always do well here in Mundubbera and today has been especially good,” Mr Philippi said.
“We sell all types of gifts and knick-knacks, along with an essential oil pain-relieving cream.”
Mrs Philippi said the cream was their best seller.
SallyWells from the Uniting Church said the market also supported the minister in the church, the upkeep of the grounds and the church building itself.
“I think everyone appreciates that the markets are operating and that they can come down and find a bargain or just hang out with a friend,” she said.