Off to market…

Yandoit’s Andrew Kimpton is among local stallholders relishing the chance to attend this Sunday’s resuming Maldon Market.
The sculptural and architectural metalworker says he’s keenly looking forward to being there as the hand made and home grown event makes its return this Sunday after taking a break since July due to the pandemic.
“It will feel so good to return to a degree of normality,” says the creative metalworker who owns and operates Made At Yandoit – a bespoke metalworking business.
Andrew is particularly well known for his stylish garden metal products which include arbours, stakes, veggie bed covers, hose holders and even artistic outdoor shower settings.
“I really do enjoy the interactions and conversations I have at the market,” says Andrew, who’s been getting along to the Maldon Market for the past four years.
“The creative process is a thrill and I like it when people come to me with a project.
“I’m very lucky to get a thrill from my job. It’s just enormously satisfying.”
Market co-ordinator Chris Hain says the emphasis at Sunday’s returned market will be on maintaining CovidSAFE practices and as such the event will take place at the town’s Bill Woodfull Recreation Reserve to enable people to socially distance with comparative ease… Read more in the Catlemaine Mail 09.10.20

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