Last chance for unique gifts

Bush Telegraph - - FOCUS ON DANNEVIRKE - By DAVE MUR­DOCH

If you missed the last two Dan­nevirke Com­mu­nity mar­kets in Oc­to­ber and Novem­ber you have one last chance to buy unique Christ­mas gifts on Fri­day De­cem­ber 14.

It is an evening mar­ket and bound to be bulging with good­ies for stock­ings and those dif­fi­cult rel­a­tives who have ev­ery­thing.

The mar­ket runs be­tween 4pm and 7pm

Most prod­ucts in the mar­ket are unique and the cre­ations of the ven­dor, from wooden dishes to chil­dren’s books, jew­ellery to fra­grant soaps, gar­den peren­ni­als to pre­serves and tea cosies to chil­dren’s clothes.

The Oc­to­ber and Novem­ber mar­kets were full of choices and the small crowds really cashed in.

Many pur­chases are wing­ing their way over­seas al­ready.

So with just a few weeks to go to Christ­mas, now is the chance to visit the Pro­duce Hall at the A&P Show Grounds.

Jim Hen­der­son had his lat­est chil­dren’s book on sale.

Ch­eryl Pomery of Cherin­stinct had home­made rus­tic bas­kets, hand-carved trin­ket boxes and cup­boards.

Joy Kopa was all set for Christ­mas at Novem­ber’s mar­ket.

Ta­nia Roe­buck guar­an­tees her Tui Glen prod­ucts are all made from re­cy­cled ma­te­ri­als.

Donna and Amy Harold sold pic­tures made from beads.

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