There is no doubt it was a very tough start to 2020 for many of our stallholders, with several members of our Market family affected both directly and indirectly by the severe bushfires across several regions. We are so sad to be missing some of our favourite stallholders during February as they try and make their way back on their feet during this difficult time. We are still sadly missing Warren’s Fresh Seafood and Rod Terry Oysters due to the fires. However, Warren’s Fresh Seafood and Rod Terry Oysters hope to be back at Market very soon, keep an eye out for announcements over the coming weeks! We will be sure to keep you updated on their return.
We are also sad to announce that visitors to the Market won’t see Donald Smith Horticulture or Laurel Hill Blueberries return this season, however, we wish them well with their recovery and hope to see them back at the Market next year. There were many more stallholders adversely impacted by the fires and we are pleased to see these stallholders back this month – Shoalhaven Mushrooms, Harrison & Sons Araluen Stone Fruit, Tilba Real Dairy, Martins Honey, Cascades Nursery and Tree Tops Batlow Apples. We know they have all had it quite rough, and the best way you can support them is to continue to come in and buy their produce.