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Published January 23rd 2019
An old style community market in the east
A new market is now happening in Adelaide's eastern suburbs. Walkerville is close to the city and near North Adelaide. St Andrews Anglican Church is the venue, where you will find the monthly market, every first Saturday of the month. The market is open from 10am- 2pm.
As this market was started in 2018, it is still growing with new stallholders and different goods for sale every month. This is a friendly community-based market with locals bringing all their homemade goods and unique crafts. You will always find an assortment of pantry goods such as jams and pickles, baby wear, knitted items, jewellery, skin care, plants, eco-friendly goods and upcycled wares. And it wouldn't be a church market without some delicious cakes and treats to take home. There are indoor and outdoor sites.
You will find some sweet little items for home and garden here. Image by Kat May.
Outside there are car boot spots, where the sites will change every week with lots of household and bric-a-brac goods.
It is a great venue for taking a relative or friend for a short outing. Inside the church, they have scones and a cuppa going all day. This church has some lovely stained glass windows to view while you enjoy your refreshments. Drop in for a browse and select some unique gifts.
Pick up something yummy for afternoon tea. Image by Kat May.
Please Note- images may be used from other markets for illustrative purposes.