Tricky act to jug­gle Subi farm­ers’ mar­ket

Western Suburbs Weekly - - News -

JUGGLING the ac­tiv­ity and ex­cite­ment at Subi Farm­ers’ Mar­ket is about to get a lot trick­ier for its or­gan­is­ers, with 25 new stalls mov­ing in this month.

Subi Farm­ers’ Mar­ket man­ager Anna Cap­pel­letta said the Satur­day morn­ing Su­bi­aco Pri­mary School mar­ket would cel­e­brate its fifth birth­day on Oc­to­ber 18 with free cake, ac­tiv­i­ties and bal­loons.

With the fu­ture of Sta­tion Street Mar­kets hang­ing in limbo, Ms Cap­pel­letta said their mar­ket was only get­ting “big­ger and bet­ter”.

“We have just taken on an an­i­mal farm, new seat­ing and shaded pic­nic ar­eas and the Wem­b­ley The­atre Com­pany are com­ing to per­form on Septem­ber 20,” she said.

“It’s been won­der­ful how more peo­ple are ap­pre­ci­at­ing the com­mu­nity at­mos­phere, pop­ping in to get their break­fast, weekly shop­ping and so­cialis- Su­bi­aco Pri­mary School teacher and Farm­ers’ Mar­ket staff mem­ber Andy Longhurst with mar­ket man­ager Anna Cap­pel­letta, as­sis­tant prin­ci­pal Deb Hands and P & C as­so­ci­a­tion mem­ber Abi Crisp. ing.” Celebrity chef and Su­bi­aco res­i­dent Em­manuel Mol­lois was one of the lat­est pop­u­lar ad­di­tions to the not-for-profit com- mu­nity mar­ket.

Su­bi­aco Pri­mary School as­sis­tant prin­ci­pal Deb Hands said she was thrilled to see the mar­ket go from strength to strength each week. “It has been great not only for the school, but the whole com­mu­nity,” she said.

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