Produce market offers something for all
All Saints Anglican Church, on the corner of Frances and Kerferd Sts, is preparing for its upcoming produce market next week.
Traditionally known as the church fete, this year the event will host community stalls, children competitions and a raffle with more than 10 prizes to be won.
‘‘The fun children’s competition is themed ‘how you see Christmas’ with lots of Hungry Jacks vouchers to be won,’’ Phyll Bramley said.
‘‘All you have to do is bring your drawing along by 10 am to the hall on Market Day and don’t forget to put your name on the back because winners will be decided by popular vote.’’
Once again there will be delicious homemade cakes, jams and sauces, beautiful fresh vegetables and plants for the home garden.
Ms Bramley said tickets for the 14-prize raffle would be available on the day, or in the street a couple of weeks before.
‘‘Continuous food will be available throughout the day including pavlova, cheesecake, or Devonshire scones, while the Senior School Band entertains you, or maybe you would like a barbecue with a Harris Premium Bean Coffee,’’ she said. ‘‘It’s almost here.’’ The All Saints Produce Market is on Saturday, November 10, from 9 am to 1 pm.
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Get the goods: Tatura locals are getting ready for the All Saints Produce Market on Saturday, November 10.