Wollundry Saturday Markets -  8 August 2020
Report from OIC David Pyke.
A late decision on Friday night saw the market move to Hammond Hall at the showground. The weather was so bad on Friday, there was a distinct chance that we would not get the trailers on the Civic Gardens site. 
Saturday’s weather was equally as bad with constant showers. The opportunity to move to the Show grounds at least gave us the chance to have the market.
Our new Market supervisor Steve Anderson did a great job organising the site allocations and helping out sort through changes during the day
Our first run at Hammond Hall worked quite well with 19 stallholders fitting comfortably in the Hall and one who chose to be out in the weather. 
The team was Steve Anderson, Tim Hutchings, Peter Crozier, Rick Priest, Steve McCoy, John Ireland, Mark Hillis, Mal Robertson, Ward Gaiter and Rob Pearson and Peter Green.
Mark Hillis and Peter Green became the Face of Wollundry as they did temperature checks on all people that walked through the door. Thanks to Tim Hutchings for providing another tray back vehicle to cart gear from the Civic Gardens container to the showground. 
The fellowship plan worked well with about another ½  dozen Rotarians turning up for a coffee and bacon and egg roll. Our resident BBQ carer Mal Robertson said the BBQ had been left filthy last time used. It is critical that the BBQ needs to be cleaned before garaging.
All is all a great market in shocking weather
BBQ Profit$126.00
Less Entertainer$150.00
Net Result$1434.30