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Spring knack Saturday 15 September 9.30am-1.30pm

Spring knack Saturday 15 September 9.30am-1.30pm

Berhampore School hall
Britomart Street, Berhampore

Berhampore School's spring knack craft market is our annual retro and vintage market, combining beautiful, original handmade craft with vintage treasures. There will be china, clothing, fabric, records and CDs alongside jewellery, felting, clothing, weaving, unique birdfeeders (perfect for spring), children's dressups, skincare products, art and much more.

This market you can sample Italian gnocchi, Malaysian curry, soup or just go with a sausage from the sausage sizzle. We have our wonderful Havana coffee on offer and also a White Elephant room where everyone will be able to find a treasure or two.

Lots of on-site parking and eftpos available.

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