The community market Sprout and About is changing its name, but don’t worry it will still brighten your Saturday.
Run by the Wollundry Club of Rotary, the markets were started as a way to give back to the community.
Tim Barter, media and marketing coordinator for the markets, said it is a local club and everyone is giving their help for free to raise funds.
“We have changed the name to Wollundry Saturday Markets,” he said.
“We have been running these markets for 32 years, they are community markets, to help them to have somewhere to sell products and projects.
“It will continue to be on the second Saturday of every month.”
The markets have a range of activities, local musicians and various stallholders. The event is held at the Civic Precinct on Tarcutta Street, from 8am to 1pm.
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