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Winter market a success

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July 25, 2017

Lions Club of Tatura cooked a barbecue lunch at the Tatura Community Winter Market. Pictured are Lyn Schramm, Glenda McLeod, Charlie Lawson, Malcolm Campbell and Taffy Moreton.

Zander Rigby, 5, and Leni Rigby, 3, from Kialla West enjoyed getting their faces painted.

Three-year-old Lilah Parr from Murchison in her mini wheelchair.

Murchison's Mary-Anne Barry with some of her hand-made goods.

Shepparton's Amanda McRoy from Seven Creeks Pearls.

Nigel Falconer from Quirky Designs selling some of his work.

Renzo Pulsoni and Rose Dolcetta from Renzo's Fresh Fruit and Veg travelled from Kyabram to sell their produce.

Kyabram's Colleen Arnold from Colleen's Crafts.

Julie Weidenbach from Murchison manned her always-popular Avonlea Flowers stall.

Shepparton's Nick Kalaitzidis known as 'Nick the Sock Man' looked rugged up for the winter market edition.

The Tatura Community Market’s first winter edition has been hailed a success by organisers after its change of venue to St Mary’s Hall in Hogan St.

‘‘The market went really well,’’ Tatura Community House manager Leeane Button said.

‘‘We had a good load of stallholders.’’

Ms Button said the addition of a mulled wine stall, manned by Maygars Hill Winery and Vineyard owner Jenny Houghton, was a hit.

‘‘The mulled wine was yummy and warmed our bellies,’’ she said.

Ms Button said organiser were pleased with how the market went but looked to grow numbers into the future.

‘‘We hope to grow the number of stallholders and visitors to the winter market in the coming months,’’ she said.

See future editions of The Tatura Guardian for information on upcoming Tatura Community Markets.

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