Market time in the valley

From left, mother and daughter, Darnell and Selena Moralie, with Kealyn November, all from Heathfield, at St Michael’s Child and Youth Care Centre’s market.

Curtains, carpets, corkscrews and camellias – there’s something for everyone at the Constantia valley markets.

Purple ribbons led bargain hunters to the Charity Bonanza street market in Tokai for the Karoo Animal Protection Society (KAPS) and the last market for the year.

In Plumstead, shoppers were spoiled for choice with the St Michael’s Child and Youth Care Centre buzzing with music, food, organic veggies and bargains. The market is held in collaboration with the Snap School for children with autism.

At the nearby Plumstead Methodist Church market, vendors had a good morning selling bric-a-brac, books and plants.

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Fund-raising volunteers for Karoo Animal Protection Society (KAPS).
A market was held in the parking lot of the St Michael’s Child and Youth Care Centre in Plumstead.
Jo Eksteen, left, the principal of Snap School, a school for children with autism, with pupil Caden Steenveld and his mother, Juanita Steenveld.
Plumstead Methodist Church vendors, Debbie Kitchening, Jennifer Eddy, Yoemna Nelson and Angela Klein.
Plumstead Methodist Church vendors, Eric Klein, Lyni Starke, Lynette Richards and Debbie Dart.