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Home-made and home-baked delights at market

LESLIE Park will be a sea of colour, creativity and delectable tastes on Saturday as members of the Warwick Potters Association prepare to welcome thousands of visitors and locals to their annual Rodeo Markets.

Warwick Tourism & Events CEO Tracy Vellacott said that over 200 marketeers will be dotted in between the gorgeous gardens and paths of Warwick's premier park.

"The markets feature an exciting range of arts, craft, collectibles, fashion and are a must‐see if you are shopping for gifts, the ingenious, the weird and the wonderful," Mrs Vellacott said.

"Expect to see the best and most original of the region with loads of home‐made, home‐grown and home‐baked delights!"

The Leslie Park Markets will run from 9am to 2pm.
 

Topics:  leslie park, warwick potters association




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