Out and about at Grafton Showground markets: Jolana and Kark Voeks of Ramornie with their honey and soaps at the markets. Photo: Lynne Mowbray/The Daily Examiner
Out and about at Grafton Showground markets: Jolana and Kark Voeks of Ramornie with their honey and soaps at the markets. Photo: Lynne Mowbray/The Daily Examiner Lynne Mowbray

Something for everyone at Showground Market

FOR anyone who wants to hold a garage sale but is unable to hold it at their home because of location, isolation, space or parking, the Showground Market on Saturday is the place to do it.

The grounds have a large area of flat open space along Prince St and plenty of parking for potential customers as they enjoy a wander around which makes it a great social morning out with lots of customers and other stallholders - some of whom sell pre-loved items as well, along with permanent sites selling fruit and vegetables, chooks from the Poultry Club, plants - especially bromeliads, handmade jewellery, cakes, surfboards, Christmas trees and lights, handcrafts, timber planters and timber animal cages/bird boxes and the Gem Club is open for inspection.

It's always a surprise what is available with different stallholders turning up each month with their unique items.

As always there will be a sausage sizzle and cold drinks run by volunteers from the Show Society that runs the Showground.



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