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GALLERY: Farmers’ market mobbed Shire Farmers’ Market: Thousands poured in for the opening day. Picture: Chris Lane
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Shire Farmers’ Market: Denis Nicholls, of Jannali. Picture: Chris Lane

Shire Farmers’ Market: Thousands poured in for the opening day. Picture: Chris Lane

Shire Farmers’ Market: Clair Kontopoulos and Sophie, 4, of Woolooware. Picture: Chris Lane

Shire Farmers’ Market: The team from Sutherland Goddess Organics and Our Market Garden, Nicole Russell with Indy, nine months, of Sutherland, Sara Newnham, of Helensburgh, Lindell Pereira, of Engadine, and Hayley Cobbin, of Albion Park. Picture: Chris Lane

Shire Farmers’ Market: Mayor Carmelo Pesce performs the official opening.

Shire Farmers’ Market: Thousands poured in for the opening day. Picture: Chris Lane

Shire Farmers’ Market: Thousands poured in for the opening day. Picture: Chris Lane

Shire Farmers’ Market: Stefania Piantavigna, of Kirrawee. Picture: Chris Lane

Shire Farmers’ Market: Cindy Reid and Daniel Doherty travelled from Wollongong. Picture: Chris Lane

Shire Farmers’ Market: Fresh produce was popular. Picture: Chris Lane

Shire Farmers’ Market: Fresh produce was popular. Picture: Chris Lane

Shire Farmers’ Market: Thousands poured in for the opening day. Picture: Chris Lane

Shire Farmers’ Market: Cruz, 4, of Cronulla, enjoys “chip on a stick” while riding on the shoulders of dad Jamie. Picture: Chris Lane

Shire Farmers’ Market: Thousands poured in for the opening day. Picture: Chris Lane

Shire Farmers’ Market: Belinda Greenfield, of Loftus, is served at the BEESpoke Honey Mead stall by Amanda Krivograd (foreground), of Menai, and stall operator Justine Crouchley-Crawford. Picture: Chris Lane

Shire Farmers’ Market: A wide varietry of goods was available. Picture: Chris Lane

TweetFacebookLeader’s Facebook page were extremely positive, with a number suggesting improvements on the site, traffic management and parking.

Here are a sample:

– Lana Rae: Amazing however please space out more as it was hard to move. I figured being the first one you were testing however in future definitely needs more space. Use the whole car park lol

-Rebecca Hembling: It was great to see Sutherland buzzing. Yes it was crowded and stalls had sold out early, but I see that as a sign of success. I think the location was perfect – can’t wait to go back.

-Luke ReynoldsCrowds for a reason, it’s a great initiative. What is normally a ghost town was packed with people. Let’s breathe life back into Sutherland – catch the train people, enjoy the community and support the movement as it grows.

-Karen HamiltonAs most have said it was crowded with traffic chaos. Did the organisers approach the school across the road? Wouldn’t that make more sense? The car park would remain available for parking, passive income for school, toilet block on site and some playground seats to relax & enjoy those coffees. Just an idea….

EARLIER

If you weren’t at the opening day ofShire Farmers’ Market, you must have been the only person in the shire who wasn’t.

The council car park in Flora Street, Sutherland, was packed all morning, with thousands of shoppers pouring into check out what was on offer.

There were traffic jams in surrounding streets, and some market-goers has to park a kilometre or more away.

Many stalls sold out, or nearly exhausted stocks, by 10.30am, disappointing many potential customers.

Several businesses in Sutherlandshopping centre appearedto benefit by the increase in the passing foot traffic, but others may have lost out with regular parking taken up.

Sutherland Shire mayor Carmelo Pesce, who officially opened the market, said the response was “amazing”.

“It is great for the shire,”Cr Pesce said.

“Nolonger will people have to cross the bridge to find something like this,”

The market will operate each Saturday “rain, hail or shine”from 8am to 1pm.

The biglesson from the first day seems to be: Get there early.

Customers interviewed bythe Leader were excited.

Stefania Piantavigna, of Kirrawee: “Finally, Sutherland has a farmers’ market` whichhaspretty much everything”.

“There is agoodvariety of vegetables, eggs andbread,” she said.

Clair Kontopoulos, of Woolooware, who was buying fruit and vegetables, said,“It looks fresh, and that’s what I want”.

Denise Nicholls, of Jannali: “I think it is great we finally have a farmers’ marketin the shire, but I think I need to gethere earlier in future.”

Ms Nicholls produced a lettuce she had just bought, saying, “You wouldn’t get a lettuce of this size at a local supermarket”.

Belinda Greenfield, of Loftus, said, “it’sall locally produced, and it’s great to help the locals”.

Cindy Reid and Daniel Doherty travelled from Wollongomg partly to stock up from the Cream Fork stall,which sells paleo, vegan and gluten free sweet treats.

Stall operators were delighted with the response

Beneath a Sold Out photo on its Facebook page, Cream Fork said, “All our cereal and sweets flew out the door”.

Sutherland Goddess Organics and Our Market Garden, who work together as a team in the shire and Illawarra, also sold out of most items by 10.30am.

“It has been really good – more peoplethan I expected,” said Nicole Russell,who, in between serving customers, was caring for daughter Indy, nine months.

Sutherland Goddess Organics says on its Facebook page it is “about providing you with fresh, affordable, soul nourishing, chemical free, incredibly tasty fruit & veg that your body will love”.

Our Market Garden says, “We are sisters and mothers growing farm fresh, spray free, local vegetables using organic principles. We useold French market garden techniques using hand tools and bare hands…”

BEESpoke Honey Mead stall, selling honey from bee hives in the shire, was another to do a roaring trade.

Amanda Krivograd, of Menai, went to the market for a look and found her friend and stall operatorJustine Crouchley-Crawford so busy she jumped in and helped.

Ms Crouchley-Crawford collects honey from bee hives situated in dozens of locations across the shire, including roofs, backyards and front yards.

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