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Lennox community market this Sunday cancelled

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Unfortunately the next Lennox Head community market on Sunday, 30 August, has been be cancelled.

This is due to a clash of events with the rugby union grand final as they use the same field.

Apologies to all of our stallholders and customers. All avenues were looked at to hold the market at an alternative site but could not be resolved in time.

Please pass this onto anyone who you think may need to know.

This message has been emailed to the market database, visitors centres, newspapers, posted on FaceBook all through the lead up to the market, on the phone message bank and will be on any email reply to [email protected]

We will be back on for the next market on Sunday, 13 September.

Bring on spring and some warm weather!

See you on Sunday, 13 September.

Mike Stack, markets co-ordinator


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