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Mullumbimby Farmers Market celebrates five big years

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Mullumbimby Farmers Market’s fifth anniversary today (Friday) for many was a non-plastic-bag full of locally-produced or grown treats.

And to celebrate, entertainment from Tora, the Roundabout Theatre, Spaghetti Circus, The Cassettes and many more kept market-goers in a festive mood.

Photographer Jeff ‘How Long Has a Stringbean’ Dawson snapped some of the people and action enjoying the birthday in brilliant autumn sunshine.


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