After entering the interior in the winter, the market will resume under the elm tree on the Dawson Street side of the exhibition venue.
The many items on offer include handmade clothing and accessories, wooden toys and other wooden objects, soap, candles and melts, photography, plants and flowers, fresh fruits and vegetables, eggs, cupcakes, bread, honey, jams, Preserves and meats.
After COVID-19 restrictions have made it difficult for volunteers to hold a monthly market, Sale’s Sunday market will return to the Canal Reserve near the Port of Sale from 8 am to 1 pm this Sunday.
There will be various stalls, including clothing, handmade products, books, plants, gadgets, egg and bacon rolls, barbecues, hot dogs, hot and cold drinks.
Last month, the volunteers of the charity market announced that the market would be closed until further notice, causing the loyal followers of the popular market to be generally disappointed.
This community-based market has been in operation for more than 40 years and has donated more than $350,000 to various organizations.
Post time: Oct-13-2021