Noranda bred food market organiser raises money for charity with pop-up market


Fairy B with Scarlett Francis (8) and Fairy Maddie, with Miss Tartufo owner Marco De Campi, Felix Francis (10) and Aidan Campbell (10) in the background. Picture: Andrew Ritchie d463950
Fairy B with Scarlett Francis (8) and Fairy Maddie, with Miss Tartufo owner Marco De Campi, Felix Francis (10) and Aidan Campbell (10) in the background. Picture: Andrew Ritchie d463950

A FOOD market organiser will be bringing a pop-up market to Noranda, the suburb he grew up in, to raise money for charity.

The event, organised by Sunset Supper Club and shopping centre management group Hawaiian, will be held at Noranda Shopping Village northeast carpark.

Sunset Supper Club co-owner Paul Litwin said he and co-owner Craig Francis were excited to host the market of more than 12 food stalls.

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“Food is a great way of bringing people together and it has no barrier from a cultural and age point of view,” he said.

“We started Sunset Supper Club at Garden City last year and it was very successful and there were people who actually travelled from here (Noranda) to go to Garden City.

“The opportunity came to do it in Noranda on Friday nights once a month and in Applecross on Saturday nights.”

Mr Litwin said the markets would be a destination for the community to experience global food, music and culture.

“We want to create an atmosphere where people will be able to select from a variety of food options, buy a drink from the central bar and listen and relax to live music under a summer night sky,” he said.

Mr Litwin said the community could purchase a $5 VIP discount card, where funds would be donated to Telethon.

He said the supper club could potentially expand to other shopping centres such as Bassendean and Mt Hawthorn in the future.

Sunset Supper Club will be held on one Friday each month, starting on January 20 and ending in April from 4.30pm to 9pm.