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Mullum Market celebrates 25 years

Mullumbimby Market, one of the most community-focussed monthly markets in the region, has been supporting the local historical society for quarter of a century. This weekend it broke out the birthday cake. Video Sharon Shostak


3 responses to “Mullum Market celebrates 25 years”

  1. Kathy Norley says:

    Congratulations Mullum Markets and to all the wonderful and amazing ;people well done and thank you

  2. Jeannette Martin says:

    What a gorgeous video – captures the community feel of the Mullum Market beautifully.

  3. Clr Glenys Ritchie (Lismore) says:

    Thank you Susan, Gerard, the Echo and Mullum for celebrating the 25th anniversary of the markets my Dad Maurie fought hard to create in support of the Museum. MAurie Summers was a doer and his determination to get the Mullum markets up and running is one of my proudest memories of him. Thanks also to Robyn and Chris for going aling with him and naming the park after him just before he died. Thanks for the memories Mullum. I wish I had been there to celebrate with you. Glenys (Summers) Ritchie

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