This Sunday is the last Sunday of the month so that means it’s Pomonal Village Market time again.
The market will run from 10am until 2pm and organisers said there would be are loads of stalls in and outside the Pomonal Hall.
Market co-ordinator Alison Bainbridge said the market would not happen without the Pomonal Progress Association and its band of volunteers.
“There are many volunteers that help make our village market such a success,” she said.
“John and Jodi Matthews are two of our helpers. John is a tireless mover of furniture and he collects our site fees.
“Jodi has an amazing stall with a wide range of leggings, scarves and reasonably priced sunhats. Her leggings cater to all tastes and ages with a selection of outrageous, pretty, tasteful or colourful to choose from.
Jodie is always modelling a different pair each month and she’s happy to give some skilled advice.”
“There will be many other stalls too selling everything from craft, jewellery, books, bric-a-brac, cleaning products, preserves and candles to herbs, plants and flowers.
“There are lots of Christmas presents to find and to hide away,” Ms Bainbridge said,.
“There will be morning and afternoon teas and light lunches to indulge in inside the hall or out on the verandah under the big tree.”
The CFA will be there this week with information for landholders and a barbecue. The hall has disabled parking spots, access and toilets.
“So pop out to our famously friendly market in the centre of Pomonal for a lovely day out,” Ms Bainbridge said.