New name and venue for Shellharbour Rotary market

The Rotary Club of Shellharbour City has made a commitment to re-establishing their monthly market, moving the market from Little Park to the more expansive and visible site at Pioneer Park, Shellharbour, adjacent to the skate park and scout hall.

Call for stallholders: Shellharbour Rotary Club's monthly market resumes on October 29 at Pioneer Park, Shellharbour, adjacent to the skate park and scout hall.

Call for stallholders: Shellharbour Rotary Club's monthly market resumes on October 29 at Pioneer Park, Shellharbour, adjacent to the skate park and scout hall.

Rotary Club spokesman Larry How said the new location would give market goers more opportunity for parking, relaxing and enjoying the market atmosphere and entertainment.

“Stallholders can also take advantage of the new location where there are no restrictions to the size of the space they need to display their wares at no additional cost,” he said.

“The club has adopted the name, ‘Village Market Place’ to give the market an identity and to further continue its wonderful relationship with Shellharbour Village.”

The club has adopted the name, 'Village Market Place' to give the market an identity and to further continue its wonderful relationship with Shellharbour Village.

Larry How

The market will operate from 10am to 4pm on the last Sunday of the month, subject to weather conditions. The next market will be on Sunday, October 29.

Funds raised from the operation of the market are distributed to local community and youth groups or projects supported by the Rotary Club.

Any stallholder wishing to participate in this new and innovative market can apply on the Rotary website www.shellharbourcityrotary.org.au, email at market@shellharbourcityrotary.org.au or contact the club on mobile 0431 975 345.

About Shellharbour City Rotary Club:

Rotary encourages fun, personal development and fellowship in local communities around the world.

The Rotary Club of Shellharbour City supports worthwhile local community activities; assists local groups such as schools, adult education and hospitals; supports local youth and provides leadership opportunities; and much more.

Our club meets at the Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club, every Wednesday, 6pm for 6.30pm for a two-hour light-hearted gathering to discuss activities, enjoy a meal and to hear a guest speaker who provides us with valuable information on their area of work.