Are you looking for a great Christmas present? Well look no further than a special Finley Farmers’ Market Christmas Parcel.November 22, 2012 4:21am
Finley Farmers’ Market committee member Ingrid Archibald gives daughter Karen a Christmas produce parcel.
The innovative parcels contain local produce made especially for Christmas by Finley Farmers’ Market organisers to showcase the local stallholders.
There are three different varieties of parcels which all include local produce.
They range in price from a small parcel ($50), medium parcel ($80) and large parcel ($100), with local pick-up or delivery available.
Attractive cardboard boxes will replace the wooden trays if the parcel is being delivered through Australia Post.
Orders will be taken at the December Farmers’ Market on Saturday, December 1 at Finley Lake, or online.
Orders close that same day for delivery before Christmas.
For online orders contact the market coordinator on 0466
Purchasers must note that if an item becomes unavailable, it will be replaced with another item of equal value.
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