Mary Heard and her children Bronte and Jordan team up with local Denis Cotton to entertain market-goers.
THE latest NHVC monthly market proved quite successful despite hot weather and competition from other boot and garage sales on Saturday.
The keen market-goers were there early and trade at the various stalls was busy right from the start. As the weather warmed up the buyers went home to escape it.
Morning tea ladies were busy as the vehicle club filled up with the air-conditioner proving popular.
Market co-coordinator Daphne Burford spoke with most of the stall-holders and they were happy with the morning. One first-timer told her it was a lovely friendly atmosphere where stall-holders and buyers had lots of chats.
An extra for the morning was the appearance of the visiting music group. This was very well received and made the atmosphere even more pleasant.
Mary Heard on guitar, daughter Bronte on ukulele plus violin and son Jordan on clarinet along with local Denis Cotton on his banjo made up the group and sung lots of different types of songs including Christmas carols.
Mary and her children were visiting her parents Colin and Helen and Daphne was happy to be able to have them at the market.
Longridge’s Happy Crafters had their craft work for sale for the first time and were very happy with sales.
The next market will be on January 10.
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