‘The aim of the community market is to promote a healthy lifestyle physically, socially and spiritually, and build a strong sense of community,’ Carramar Uniting Church minister Narelle Collas said.
‘Visiting St Stephen’s community market will be more than just about the purchasing of excellent fruit and vegetables, it will be an engaging experience where consumers can develop direct relationships with the producers.
‘And we envisage the market will be a place where families will have opportunities to learn more about the environmental and social benefits of living in community.’
The farmer’s market committee has invited local residents to attend a planning workshop on September 22 at the school from 7pm to 8pm.
Ms Collas said the market would be held monthly and then weekly if there was demand.
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