Pro­duce mar­ket of­fers some­thing for all

The Tatura Guardian - - News - For more in­for­ma­tion or to book a stall, phone Robert Cruick­shank on 5824 1761.

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.

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