By Euro Weekly News Media • 08 March 2013 • 18:41
Villagers are selling locally grown produce
SATURDAY saw the first official market to take place in the village of Moscari.
With all the villages surrounding Moscari having their own market, the residents have been calling for their own. There have been attempts before but they have been few and far between and not very well supported.
The start of the market was over shadowed by the torrential rain and high winds the night before with many of the stall holders that had planned to attend staying at home. The market is planned to be every Saturday starting at 10 am through to 2 pm.
Speaking exclusively to the Euro Weekly News the town Mayor Rafel Gelabert said. “In the village of Moscari we have started a new initiative with the sole purpose of helping the local economy.
“Featuring ecological products grown in the area. This market is to let people know about the products that are grown within the village itself by the businesses and it is also for the youngsters of the village to show their products as they have been born in to a farming community.
“We have enjoyed this first market and we are very excited that with continuing support it will grow.”
Next Saturday weather permitting there will be a hand made jewellery stall, a clothing stall and a hand made basket stall.
Anybody who is interested in bringing their stall to the Moscari market can get in touch with Rafel himself in the village or through the SelvaTown Hall.
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