New clothes and crockery stall at markets

Neil Schofield is proud of his fruit and vegetable stall.

By Amy Buckingham

A steady crowd flocked to markets to browse clothes, books and fresh produce.

Stallholder Chloe Paul said it was her first time selling products at Yarraman.

“Although I have hand selected vintage clothes, the most popular finds are crockery and books,” Chloe said.

“I loved op shopping growing up and my mum is good at sewing so she made my formal dress.”

Next, a table of seasonal fruit and vegetables sat across that stall.

One of the men who ran the stall Neil Schofield said bread and avocadoes were popular.

Finally, ‘banana man’ Joe McClure sold bananas, passionfruit and Bellemere honey.

“My family started this stall nearly 30 years ago when we got into financial difficulties,” Joe said.

Yarraman markets are run every Saturday in summer from 7am to 12pm.