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A new market

NEW MARKET: Tim Myers and Tash Guthrie are co-ordinators of the Make It, Bake It, Grow It monthly market which starts at Summerland Farm on April 1.
NEW MARKET: Tim Myers and Tash Guthrie are co-ordinators of the Make It, Bake It, Grow It monthly market which starts at Summerland Farm on April 1.

THERE is a new market on the North Coast market circuit, and it starts on April 1 - with the unique difference that everything sold is hand-made, baked or grown.

Summerland House Farm at Alstonville will host the Make It Bake It Grow It market on the first Sunday of each month, from 9am to 1pm.

According to market co-ordinators, mum-to-be Tash Guthrie and Tim Myers, the market will be "focused on showcasing locally made goods with all kinds of family entertainment in the grounds of the Summerland House Farm water park".

"Stalls will provide a selection of home-made regional products, from pickles and cakes to hand-sewn clothing and toys, as well as live entertainment, dine-in café, The Grocer - Regional Food Showcase, gift shop, nursery, mini golf and other fun activities for the kids," Tim said.

"The thing that makes our market a little more unique than some others is that all stalls sell hand-made, baked or grown products, or belong to a family-related service."

For more, email info@ makeitbakeitgrowit.com.au.


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