Yanchep Spring Fair attracts visitors

Yanchep celebrant Karen Steele was among those curious to know more about this item found in the second-hand section of the Spring Fair. Picture Anita McInnes

THE Yanchep Spring Fair showcasing services and products, including some Father’s Day gift ideas, was well supported by the community.

Yanchep Central Shopping Centre manager Nicola Johnstone said there had been lots of positive feedback from stallholders, charity groups, community members and shoppers.

She said there had been a 20 per cent increase in visitors to the centre during the two-day event. 

“With more than 25 stalls and displays offering a variety of products, services, activities and bargains, appealing to all genders and ages, including some unique Father’s Day gift ideas,’’ she said. 

“The market event also welcomed our newest tenant – Smokemart & Giftbox – their stall helped launch their product range ahead of their shop opening later this month. 

“The vibe throughout the whole two days was very energetic and engaging. 

“Results were so positive, that we are pleased to announce our Christmas Market event has been extended to three days, running from Thursday, December 19 to Saturday, December 21 (with more than 30 stallholders already booked). 

“Thanks to Kanga Markets for running such a successful event on our behalf.”