Suvannah will be handing out food-offer flyers for the bazaar while recruiting for the Northern Rivers Roller Derby.
Suvannah will be handing out food-offer flyers for the bazaar while recruiting for the Northern Rivers Roller Derby. Jacklyn Wagner

Kyogle's inaugral street market

THE Kyogle Bazaar kicks off tomorrow after a successful test run on the town's main street last month.

Markets co-ordinator Harmony Walsh said the trial was well received by all stake holders.

"Visitor numbers increased from out of town (and) local participation was reasonably good," she said.

"People came from as far as southern Queensland, Casino and Lismore to enjoy the day.

"The vibe on the street was just great and so cheerful."

The market will run on the first and third Saturday's of the month and aims to work in with shopkeepers.

"We all work together as a group because it's all about revitalising the main street," she said.

"So it's not just about shopping but also about building the social component as well.

"The volunteer fairies will be out in force helping visitors and stallholders alike."

Enquiries for stalls can be directed to Ms Walsh on 0416956744, kyoglebazaar@gmail.com, or expression of interest forms can be picked up from Sundowner Seafoods, Plum, Scarborough Shoes or Elizabeth T Fashions.
 



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