MAR­KET AT­TRACTS A BIG CROWD

Manjimup-Bridgetown Times - - Front Page -

The first Man­jimup Farm­ers Mar­ket of the year was held at the week­end and plenty of peo­ple showed up to en­joy the weather and get their hands on some lo­cal pro­duce.

Mar­ket or­gan­iser Kim Starkie said there was a great turn out, with the ma­jor­ity of peo­ple vis­it­ing from out­side the town.

“We have a lot of tourists here to­day which is great to see and it is good this mar­ket is reach­ing out to so many dif­fer­ent peo­ple,” she said.

The new­est edi­tion to the mar­ket was a stall called the Nour­ish Mobeel, which was run by a woman from Ger­ald­ton.

The mar­ket will con­tinue to run on the first and third Saturday of each month through­out the year.

Mark Woodgate, Kim Starkie and mar­ket pres­i­dent Andrew Mount­ford at Saturday's event.

The New­man and Gro­cock fam­i­lies from Bus­sel­ton en­joy their day to­gether.

Rosy Em­berz, Zamia Rose, 5, and Lulu Bell Sul­li­van, 3, run the Nour­ish Mobeel stall, a new edi­tion to the mar­ket, with help from Lily Baker, 6.

Pic­tures: Holly Thomp­son

Diana and Ni­cole Fisher, 16, ran a stall called Fisher's Folly, which sold plants.

Co­ralie Nix ran a store called Gege Juices at the week­end.

Rae Tuthill, of Man­jimup.

Amelia, 10, Lon­don, 8, and Vi­o­let Pavlovic, 3, Jade Salvona and Steve Pavlovic, all of Man­jimup.

Matt and Bec Schrandt, of Man­jimup, and their daugh­ter Em­ber, 4.

Kate and Lily Baker, 6, run­ning the New Leaf Or­chard stall.

Kerri-Ann Turner, of Man­imup, and Pa­tri­cia Stace, from NSW.

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