Lovers of hand made and home grown products are in for a treat this Sunday, with the return of the Maldon Market.
For the second consecutive month following a hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Bill Woodfull Recreation Reserve will be littered with stallholders.
Market manager Chris Hain said organisers and stallholders received such a great reception last month from the local community, who had patiently waited for the resumption of market operations.
"Many stallholders reported record or near record sales days," Mr Hain said.
"It felt like Christmas, one said delightedly, and everyone had such a great time reconnecting with their favourite customers and fellow stallholders."
A move to the Francis Street reserve affords more space to stallholders and customers, while complying with social distancing guidelines.
"The shoppers were very patient in queues for their favourite products last month and the perfect weather helped give the market a real village green feel," Mr Hain said.
More stallholders are set to take to the green on Sunday.
A variety of food and wine products will be on offer, in addition to hot food and coffee.
Seedlings and plants ideal for the spring season will be available in abundance, as will woodcraft, jewellery, clothing, ceramics and gifts for young and old.
Live music will feature throughout the market, which boasts picturesque views looking over the Maldon township.
Mr Hain reminded attendees of the COVID Safe conditions that must be adhered to, including no tastings or samples, card payments where possible and not touching produce or products until they have been purchased.
The Maldon Market, made possible with the help of Maldon Neighbourhood Centre, takes place on Sunday from 9am until 1.30pm at Francis Street, Maldon.
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