Local traders report a good weekend as about 40 000 visit Kings Park.CHALPAT SONTI February 19, 2014 11:06am
The three days of the Seymour Alternative Farming Expo could not have been more different from each other weatherwise, but one thing stayed the same.
And that was the foot traffic through Kings Park on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, with many local exhibitors and fundraising groups reporting a bumper weekend. About 40 000 went through the gates during the three days.
The Expo is the biggest fundraiser of the year for the likes of the Seymour Football Netball Club and Eastern Hill Cricket Club, among others.
Sunday was probably the best of the days both for the weather and attendance and, as these pictures show, there was plenty to see and do.
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