MARKET ATTRACTS A BIG CROWD
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.
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.