Lynne Mowbray |
Organisers of the Lawrence Markets are excited to announce Lawrence Farmers & Community Markets, now has its final approval from Clarence Valley Council to hold monthly markets in the Lawrence Public Hall and grounds.
“Our next market will be on July 6, with morning teas and coffee available from the hall committee ladies, with all proceeds going to the hall maintenance, market spokesperson Lesa Yabsley said.
“We have around 30 stalls offering a great range of gift ideas such as beauty products, silver earrings, orchids, plants, woodturning products, raised garden beds, bird feeders and many more.
“From our local farmers we have pork, seafood’s, fresh vegetables, gourmet mushrooms, macadamia nuts, bush herbs inspired pork salami, just to name a few.
“There is tastebud tantalising freshly made sushi and a BBQ run by one of our local groups, to raise funds.
“Get along and check out all of this, including live music; right next to the picturesque Clarence River.
“Come enjoy your markets run by locals, for locals.
“Stay a while, catch up with friends and have a cuppa, while browsing the many stalls,” Lesa said.
For any stall enquiries phone Lesa on 0416 643 221.