THE MULGOWIE MARKETS are back to business as usual from this Saturday.
THE MULGOWIE MARKETS are back to business as usual from this Saturday.

Markets are on as normal

COME this Saturday, February 5, the Mulgowie Markets will be powering ahead as usual.

Judith Jefferys has advised that the markets will be operating in the grounds of the hall and even though the water came close, there was no damage to the hall.

The grounds have dried out and it promises to be a great day.

“Not even a flood can stop us,” Judith said.

“Stallholders will be in their usual places showcasing all the usual goodies that are on offer.”

The Lions Club will there to collect money for the flood victims so for a worthy cause as well, so why not come along to show your support?

Remembering that it is also Valentine's Day on February 14, this is a good opportunity to buy something very special for that important person in your life.

You could choose something from the range of lovely crafts, lavender and lemon myrtle organic products, or even buy a rose bush to go in the garden.

There is something for everyone so come along and support the stallholders.


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