First successful market will be followed by many

On Saturday, February 24 Perry’s Bridge hosted its first farmer’s market.

It promised to be the first of many still to come. Despite being chilly and wet at first, the day turned out well and the market proved a fun-filled day for young and old. Children enjoyed playing on the jumping castle while their parents browsed through the myriad of stalls available.

It offered a selection of mouth-watering food stalls, fresh produce from farmers, delicious drinks and gifts, as well as home accessories.

A selection of olives was a massive hit. People brought their own bottles to Keith Howie to be filled with decadent olive oil.

Lowveld muso, Jayden Almirall provided music and entertainment and ensured the atmosphere was just right. In future the market will be held on the last Saturday of every month. Stalls cost R150.

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