Craft market held in Kokstad

2017-05-12 06:00
 PhotoS: siphelele nketoAt the market (from left) Yvette Crunkel, Cecilia Smith and Charmaine Cox.

PhotoS: siphelele nketoAt the market (from left) Yvette Crunkel, Cecilia Smith and Charmaine Cox.

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PEOPLE enjoyed a day of shopping at the art, craft and food market in Kokstad City Hall last Saturday.

Organiser Talita Praim said the market provides a place for businesses to sell their products.

“I don’t want local businesses to sell their products from their yard, they should rather book a stall at the market and sell from there.

“I encourage people to support local businesses at the market,” said Praim.

Emmerenchia Nortje from Nolangeni Riding School thanked the organisers for hosting the event.

Desegan Reddy from Art in Motion Tattoos said the market has helped him to get exposure and more customers.

The next market will be held in the last week of June.

To book a stall, contact Praim on 083 528 1661.

 

BUSINESSES and people enjoyed a day of shopping at the art, craft and food market in Kokstad City Hall last Saturday.
Organiser Talita Praim said the market provides a place for businesses to sell their products.

“I don’t want local businesses to sell their products from their yard, they should rather book a stall at the market and sell from there. I encourage people to support local businesses at the market,” said Praim.

Emmerenchia Nortje from Nolangeni Riding School thanked organisers for hosting the market.
Desegan Reddy from Art in Motion Tattoos said the market has helped him to get exposure and more customers.

The next market will be held in the last week of June. To book a stall, contact Praim on 083 528 1661.

 

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