Every one of the fifteen plus stalls were all selling quality unique products, with many of the merchandise and products produced by the stallholders, direct from the factory, so to speak.I spoke to many of the stallholders who were all very friendly, passionate and knowledgeable about their products.
John and Sandra's stall was Sanj Bear Designs, specialising in hand made soft toys and heat packs. Most of the soft toys were very quirky and cute. They can even make custom made toys.
Something very different was Robyn's Aloha Gifts which featured large colourful scrabble tiles. Scrabble made easy for the sight-impaired and children would have fun making up words with the large tiles, even if they weren't actually playing scrabble.
Amanda and Sandra are face painters and call themselves Sparkle and Twirl. Hard to tell them apart as they both sparkle having practised what they preach with their own faces painted. It was not only children that were noted getting a sparkle and a twirl.
A stall for vegans was offering gluten-free, dairy-free, preservative-free and no added sugar products. The peanut brittle, rocky road and salted choc caramel berry was enough to make a non-vegan's mouth water.