All set for market day at Denial Bay

MARKET DAY: The crowd at May's Denial Bay Jetty Market. Picture: Andrew Brooks
MARKET DAY: The crowd at May's Denial Bay Jetty Market. Picture: Andrew Brooks

The Denial Bay Progress Association is hosting its second Denial Bay Jetty Market for 2019 this Sunday.

The Denial Bay foreshore will be the place to grab a bargain between 10am and 2pm, although organisers are hoping for additional stallholders to come on board.

The market is hosted twice annually, with the first back in May including 22 stalls for shoppers to browse at.

Association committee member Judy Haselgrove said people could still book a spot until Saturday.

"Preparations are going pretty well, as we've done this pretty often we all have our jobs to do and it is going smoothly," she said.

"We are looking for a few more stalls at the moment.

"We have 10 stalls booked and are hoping a few more people will come on board."

Items such as jewellery, handmade soaps, Cambodian and Vietnamese trinkets, preserves and food, baby clothes and Christmas decorations will be on sale.

"It should be a good good day on the foreshore," Ms Haselgrove said.

"The association has its normal sausage sizzle and hamburgers, there will be a raffle as well, with tables and chairs there for people to have a seat and enjoy their food and coffee."

She said money raised through the sausage sizzle would go toward beautifying the local playground area.

Anybody interested in hosting a stall at the market can call Judy Haselgrove on 0428 872 826.