If you can’t find what you want at the Stroud Pumpkin Festival this weekend, you’re probably not looking hard enough.
Here are just a few of the stalls you’ll find at the market.
Peppers Mountain: Peppers Mountain has all the fine produce you need to fill your basket. Cordials, condiments and a comfy resting place to have a chat with Tess and Al about their featured pumpkins, that survived an attack of the bandicoots.
Tiljac Designs: Local handmade homewares are the specialty of Suz and Ange at Tiljac Designs. You’ll find the perfect cushion to warm your living room, bedroom or guest space at great prices too.
Willina Worms: Educator and presenter Bill Haszard will be demonstrating the natural way to get the most out of your garden with worm composting. Bill is known to be busy all morning with his expert information on the benefits of worms.
Bruce Yarnold Woodworking: Bruce Yarnold’s exceptional way with locally sourced timber has everyone stopping to take a look. After his recent break for surgery, he’s back with pens, clocks, even oyster shuckers.
Stroud Local Produce: There is no better tasting honey than that of our local bees. Bring your own container to Trev and Barb for a custom refill or pick up small to large pots for your winter supply.
Allworth Fishing Club: Along with their famous bacon and eggs rolls, and barra burgers, the fishing club line-up will include Stroud’s pumpkin sausages and scrumptious pumpkin chips.
Sam McLeod Photography: An eye catching gallery of wildlife in the Karuah Valley. On canvas and in frames, action sequences and striking stills – find the latest display in the Mexon area.
Kay’s Cake Creations: Kay’s Cake Creations will have a table full of home baked cakes, slices and biscuits for your sweet tooth Sunday. Ask Kay about her custom cake designs while you’re there.