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.
Nathalia Secondary College principal John Sciacca will speak at Cool Heads tomorrow night about the night he came across the crash that killed Year 10 student Jess Hearn.
In a surprise announcement this morning the Burramine Sports Club has said there will be no Burramine Gift in 2015.
The Tatura and district Catholic community will celebrate the 51st staging of the Feast of St Donato on Saturday, August 2.
More than $30,000 was raised for the James McQuillan Future Fund through a nearest the pin competition at Moama Recreation Reserve on Saturday.
Shavanna Coghill, Harvey Keating, Nate MacFarlane and Holly Scoble were among children who enjoyed the first community playgroup in Rochester on Monday.
Lancaster Football Netball Club makes all families welcome.
St Mary's College staff member Rhonda Tallnash declared Queensland bush poet female champion.
Jerilderie thumped Yarroweyah by 185 points on Saturday with star forward Aaron Purcell leading the charge.
Heathcote landfill is open until Sunday for the free disposal of e-waste.
Barooga Lions Club's stalwart of deb balls calls it a day after 17 years of service.
The Deniliquin Wetlands Restoration Community Project has restored the balance to the Deniliquin lagoon system.
Tackling salinity in the Goulburn-Broken basin was a key element of a presentation made to an international forum in the United States last month.
The garden is the work of more than 100 people and has taken more than a decade to complete. Aboriginal community devleopment worker Chris Thorne shared stories of Benalla's Indigenous heritage.
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