All manner of produce, crafts and entertainment were on show at the Redesdale reserve on the weekend and there were plenty of marketgoers to make the most of it.KATE HICKS March 20, 2014 4:05am
The market put smiles on the faces of (from left) Jill James, Kathy Hall and Rod Gibson. Photo: Kate Hicks
The Redesdale reserve was covered with stalls and visitors’ cars last Sunday when the annual bush market took place.
Stallholders were happy with the attendance and several visitors asked why it was held just once a year.
While The Bendigo Brass Band played, the children were entertained with a jumping castle.
Pam Brajevic from Barfold Olives is a regular stallholder.
Her family was burnt out on Black Saturday.
‘‘It was ground zero,’’ she said.
‘‘There was nothing left of our house, the olive processing plant; even the few olive trees that survived eventually died.
‘‘But there was a toilet and a shower left. I guess that was something.
‘‘Everything is back the way it was.
‘‘We have our full range of products.
RACV data shows Mitchell Shire has the highest number of insurance claims lodged in the region for animal-related collisions.
In a day made for football at the sun-bathed Lavington Sports Club Oval the 2015 Yarrawonga Under 16 Pigeons showed their class with a comprehensive victory in the AWJFL Grand Final against Wodonga.
Saturday, August 22 saw the Harston Memorial Hall packed to capacity for the annual Reg Poole Concert.
MAE Vincent does not feel any older than when she first met husband Roy in 1945.
CHILDREN from across the district went crazy over Book Week last week.
Young Bombers pull off last quarter comeback to win under-16 premiership.
BEAM Mitchell Environment Group holds its annual meeting.
Berrigan public decides drainage works location
A THREE-MONTH-OLD girl from Heathcote who died on Sunday night did not have any physical signs of injuries when ambulance arrived, according to police.
Cobram Barooga leaders and tourism operators have welcomed the launch of a new tourism strategy focusing on events, which aims to attract more people to the Murray River.
Cancer claims one of its fiercest combatants.
Water allocations were increased in the Goulburn-Murray Water region today.
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