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They’re back! The People’s Market

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After a successful summer in Collingwood, the team behind The People’s Market have found the perfect winter warehouse to give new settlers a sneak-peek into the urban jungle of Collingwood. Back for one weekend only, The People’s Market is proudly supported by Urban Inc’s Oxley residential project.

Stop by with your wheels to visit the gang from tokyobike. They will gladly give your beloved frame a once-over while you enjoy a warm cup-of-joy from the Proud Mary Pop-Up Brew Bar. Food comes via The Dude Food Van and Chingon food truck parked out front.

Besides coffee, food and bikes there are twenty vendors showcasing awesome locally designed craft and fashion. And it wouldn’t be a market without a bar.

The People’s Market is on this Sat – Sun 11am – 3pm at  46 Stanley Street Collingwood.
To find out more visit peoplesmarket.com.au.


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