Willunga High School, Main Rd, Willunga SA 5172

Essential Service — Open Every Saturday — 8am til 12 noon

Ins & Outs for 7 November 2020

Willunga Farmers Market will be open from 8am until 12noon – all fresh produce stalls will be located at Willunga Rec Park.

?Stone fruit is back this week – Bill & Soula will be bringing new season apricots, peaches and nectarines ?

INs & OUTs for Saturday, 7 November

In: Talbot & Co Coffee, 81 Acres, Cockatoo Creek, Bon Appetit Barkery, Do Bee Honey, Little Acre, Longline Wines, Primal Alternative & Romley Estate

Out: Bush Organics, Hillside Herbs, Milkless Cheese, Second Valley Cheese & Woodside Cheese

Its CheeseFest this weekend so we are unfortunately without our cheese producers.

A big welcome to Romley Estate, a family owned boutique olive grove in the beautiful McLaren Vale wine region, producing exceptional early harvest cold pressed extra virgin olive oil. You’ll find them in Town Square – northern end, between Sabella Wines & Bon Appetit Barkery.

This week we have a new setup in Town Square as we prepare for the warmer months (fingers crossed!) – the new layout will provide much needed shade for several of our stallholders for food safety and offer a new path through the Market. Please view the Town Square market map below to view the changes.

We are pleased to have all 3 coffee traders back with us each week (by popular demand!!). Talbot & Co at Rec Park, Piccolo Espresso in Town Square and of course The Redwood Oven serving coffee too.

Town Square market map
Recreation Park market map

Market Stallholders – November 2020

Due to an increased amount of complaints regarding Dogs in the Market our volunteers will be providing a handout of information to all customers arriving the Market with dogs – thank you for your attention and understanding.

Please assist us with social distancing in the Market by keeping the walkways clear – you are of course welcome to stop and chat with friends however moving to the side or an open area in the Market makes it much easier for people to move through the Market safely whilst going about their weekly shopping.  

We thank you for your ongoing support and patience.

Do not visit the market if you are feeling unwell – anyone displaying flu like symptoms will be asked to leave the market immediately.

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