Monthly markets make triumphant return

BARGAINS: Shirley Waters from Windmill Woodburns at the Naracoorte Historic Vehicle Club Markets on Saturday.
BARGAINS: Shirley Waters from Windmill Woodburns at the Naracoorte Historic Vehicle Club Markets on Saturday.

A little bit of rain didn't stop people from visiting the Naracoorte Historic Vehicle Club markets on Saturday.

It was the first market back for the club since March, when they were forced to call a halt to them due to COVID-19.

It was a little wet, which deterred some stallholders, but there were still plenty of shoppers who braved the rain to check out what was on offer.

The sausage sizzle and devonshire tea proved popular as always.

The markets are held at the Sheep's Back Museum yard on the second Saturday of the month.

The museum is also open on market days, and is well worth a look, with dozens of historic vehicles and farm equipment on display.

New stallholders are always welcome, phone 8762 2143.

TEATIME: volunteer Marlene Morris and Daphne Burford served up a devonshire tea for people at the markets.

TEATIME: volunteer Marlene Morris and Daphne Burford served up a devonshire tea for people at the markets.