Come down to Creeds

Antoinette Ioannou, general manager of Creeds Farm is ready to welcome locals through the door. (Ljubica Vrankovic)

Creeds Farm Living and Learning Centre in Epping is only weeks away from hosting its eagerly awaited Local Connection Market.

From artisanal crafts to farm-fresh produce, there will be something for everyone.

At 9.30am, the doors will swing open, welcoming visitors to explore the offerings.

The Creeds Farm market is an opportunity for community engagement, and for curious attendees to learn more about the centre’s programs and initiatives. Volunteers are on hand to provide information and foster connections within the community.

Yasmin Al Hasani, project officer at Creeds Farm, encouraged locals to visit the market.

‘’Come down to Creeds Farm Living and Learning Centre to enjoy a lovely day, supporting your community local businesses and see what our centre has to offer,” she said.

“Creeds Farm wants to support community and local businesses to expand and be more connected. The event will include market stalls, display tables for community organisations and social groups’’.

The market is on Wednesday, April 17 from 9.30am, and will run on the middle Wednesday of every month for the remainder of the year.

It will be held in the indoor Fig Tree rooms one, two, and three at the Creeds Farm Living and Learning centre at 2 Snugburgh Way, Epping.

Gerald Lynch