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Rotary’s monthly market is moving to Ocean Grove Park from Sunday 1 October.
Previously held at Kingston Park, the new venue will be more obvious to shoppers, browsers and holidaymakers, with an easy walk through from the main shopping area.
There has been much interest from stallholders, old and new, in the new location. As well as craft, check out the food, fresh produce, clothing, books, coffee, plants, etc.
More than $40,000 was fed back by Rotary into the community last year so come along and support your local market.
An opportunity for local organisations to raise money is being offered – voluntary donations at the entrances via tin rattling could earn needed dollars. Rotary will not be collecting for itself so any funds collected will be directed into the local community.
If your organisation is interested, please contact the market manager on 0401 606 036 to discuss this. Markets are held on the first Sunday of the month from October to April.

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