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Di's Kids fashion And Accessories. Thanks for stopping by to check out Di’s Kids Fashion and accessories. Let me introduce you to Di from Di’s Kid’s Fashion and accessories. Di has been providing great quality clothing with accessories in and around the Gippsland area for fifteen years. Everything available just will not fit one the racks check out the seasonal Albums.

Ask to view the Autumn / Winter Catalogs or the Spring /Summer ones Now with second and third generation people coming to the markets picking up orders or checking out what else to see this market Di’s reputation for quality precedes her. Where to find Di’s Fashion and Accessories A few of the the markets that Di’s Kids Fashion and Accessories has been included in are Sometimes you will be aware of the charities that Di supports through the Do’s fashion and Accessories coming to you. Di’s site is adaptable You will find Di either outside under shelter. Passing by the stall what people see are the displays full of colour. Talk to Di. Myrtle Grove Produce. What strikes the people strolling around the Churchill Market is the fresh looking openness of the Myrtle Grove Produce on display. Even the air around the vegetables for sale has a crispness about attached. Right away the market goers sense there is a fair deal and honesty with purchases from Kory.

All in all this makes sense as the produce on display is literally from the the Myrtle Grove farms gates. Myrtle Grove produce comes from the Parent business of Myrtle Grove Farms which are based in the Strzelecki Rangers. Kory is one of the of farming family generations associated with Myrtle Grove properties. The story behind the why bring to market is as follows A few years ago one of the brothers decided to grow pumpkins. Soon a glut of pumpkins presented themselves. That was the beginning of Myrtle Grove Produce When telling the “Why” of being at the market family member Kory stated that when this challenge was stated one brother said to the avid pumpkin grower… ” I own the land. Went. Heading to the Inaugural Churchill Market. Fancy coming to the inaugural Churchill Market is a new market being held at the Churchill hotels Car Park, Balfour Place, Churchill, 3842.

The date : Saturday 16th May 2015. Run through the Churchill Lions this market is formally known as “The Churchill Lions Club Monthly Market. The proceeds of which go to a variety of local charities. Among which the Camp Quality one that helps children with cancer. Who should go to this inaugural Churchill Market? Simply everyone as this is a family event. General running information for the inaugural 2015 Churchill Market For the public Everyone is invited to this market. For marketers Open for business time for the stall holders is eight am. Stall holders send in an application to the committee. Looking at the Churchill Pub’s car park later on this market will house the same amount of stalls that the Mirboo North market currently accommodates.

Getting into the Churchill Market In the past Previously there have been other markets held in Churchill. Gluts of fruit and vegetables. Mad ‘time pressed’ season’s come and seasons go where each, and every year, there are gluts of fruit and vegetable produce. What do people do with the excess when you have the time and ability to make jams and chutneys? When the families kitchens are full, friends have enough the spares to fill the orders were taken to work.

That is what happened in the 1990’s while working. Then the next year as the time for jams and chutneys rolled around there was the friendly reminder of “When are you going to bring…!” That is when the realization that there was something in this “from the garden to kitchen cooking process. That people wanted and appreciated homegrown, cooked and preserved tastes. Now at the fully functioning Cowwarr Country Kitchen, massive amounts of fruits and vegetables are harvested or brought in enabling the stacks of jars to be filled with delicious freshly prepared jams and chutneys. Moving on we now have more coming every market The word for this was ‘expeditor.’ Gluts of fruit and vegetables.