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Something for all

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November 28, 2017

Zane Kay gets ready to let loose on the jumping castle.

Santa Claus made an appearance on Saturday.

Exciting: Olivia and Lisa Dudley enjoy the fun of the markets.

Tatura Community House committee members Kirsty Richardson, Petra De Kleijn and Darlene Lamperd.

Amelia Scorey has her face painted by Naomi Kerr.

Tatura musician Anthony Lucas keeps people entertained.

Cooper and Chloe Grinter paint at the craft stall at the markets.

Jaye, Maya Piper Watson check out the Tatura Community Market.

A good crowd enjoyed a fun day in the sun during Saturday’s Tatura Community Market at St Mary’s Hall on Hogan St.

Tatura’s own pop singer, Anthony Lucas, put on a show for residents fresh off the release of his new music and was out to meet and greet people in his home town.

There was something for everyone with food, coffee, fashion, wooden furniture, bric-a-brac, and children’s activities such as face painting and a jumping castle, and even an appearance from Santa.

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