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Christmas Makers Markets, Inglewood on Beaufort

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by Peter Hancock (subscribe)
Journalist, historian and naturalist living in Perth's eastern suburbs.
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Artisans' creations bring Christmas gift ideas to markets
In the lead up to the festive season, the long-running Inglewood on Beaufort Monday night markets will be adding a bunch of artisan stalls to provide some ideas for Christmas giving. Up to 20 vendors focussing on locally made and gourmet products will take place in the three Monday night markets in the lead into Christmas.

Manager Cynthia Williamson said the regular Monday Night Markets and their food trucks and stalls were going strong.

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The Foxglove Project offers ethically sourced products from small-scale suppliers in the developing world.

"But we thought it's such a busy time of year that this would be a perfect way for people to combine an evening out for a 'no cook Monday' and do a little bit of Christmas shopping," she said. "The vendors will vary a little from week to week, but there'll be products on sale that are just a little out of the ordinary.

The pop up Makers Market will be in the Inglewood Town Square in front of the Inglewood Library on Monday December 3, 10 and 17.

Markets, handmade products,Christmas Makers Markets, Inglewood on Beaufort, night markets, street food, local produce
Nutta Butta offers a range of preservative free peanut butter.


This market will run from 6pm until 9pm and will feature talented artists, crafts people, designers and gourmet products.

Among the vendors over the three weeks will be:

The Foxglove Project with its ethically sourced products from small scale suppliers in the developing world, including handmade silk and cotton scarves, jewellery, African baskets, inspirational quote cards, Kelley Chisholm's inspiration book and silk purses and bags.

Pure Bliss Moon Healer with its range of natural healing products.

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Pure Bliss Moon Healer offers a range of natural healing products.


Undisposed, with its range of products designed to minimise waste, including beeswax wraps, straws, bags and cloths.

ButterLife, with its range of flavoured butters.

Sophie's Silks, with their hand made women's apparel, accessories and gifts.

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Undisposed's products are designed to minimise waste.


Helen's Hellish Pickles, with their chilli sauce, pickles and jams.

Moffat & Sprot, with its locally made girl's wear with a touch of nostalgia.

Markets, handmade products,Christmas Makers Markets, Inglewood on Beaufort, night markets, street food, local produce
ButterLife produces a range of flavoured butters.


Rose & Belle Candles, with its beautifully presented soy candles and melts.

Dreamskin Minerals, with its makeup for sensitive skin.

Nutta Butta, with its preservative free peanut butter.

Markets, handmade products,Christmas Makers Markets, Inglewood on Beaufort, night markets, street food, local produce
Rose & Belle Candles make beautiful soy candles and melts.


The Monday night markets run every Monday evening until April 29 except for Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve with between 50 and 60 food vendors stretching along both sides of Beaufort Street in Inglewood from 6th Ave to 10th Ave.

A Busker's Bar on 7th Avenue with tables and chairs provides a place for customers to sit with their food while busker-style musicians keep them entertained and a pop up bar serves beer, wine and cider.
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Why? A great opportunity to combine some Christmas shopping with a bit to eat on a ‘no cook Monday’.
When: From 6pm to 9pm on Monday December 3, 10 and 17
Where: 6th Avenue to 10th Avenue, Beaufort Street, Inglewood WA
Cost: Free
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