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My first article on the Mitcham Village Market was based on advance publicity supplied to me, so I was eager to see whether it lived up to its promises. After visiting the inaugural Market, I'm happy to say that it does.
Good crowds and a full collection of stalls combined with glorious weather made the Market a great success, and more markets have been scheduled through to 2013. They will be held on the second Sunday of every month, but also on some other days too. Check the website for details.
The spring sunshine was perfect for the many outdoor stalls, and the variety of goods was wide - organic plants and seedlings, colourful art prints, and jewellery sellers competed with food stalls selling hot dogs, honey, home made (not bakery) pies, Indian curries and gelati.
While many of the stalls were outdoors, there were also lots inside the restored Mitcham Village Institute Hall. Some of the items for sale were really pretty - I particularly liked the hand made kiln fired glass pendants from Suzy Fortune, but unfortunately they did not photograph well in the bright sun.