Yass Community Markets between two locations

Children enjoy the markets' jumping castle.
Children enjoy the markets' jumping castle.

Organisers of the Yass Community Markets will settle on either Yass Public School or the Soldiers’ Memorial Hall as their permanent location in 2019.

The Rotary Club of Yass has been on the search for a new home for the markets since November, when Yass Gymnastics took over St Augustine’s Hall.

The Hartigan Centre was in the running as a third option, however, stall holders preferred the parking and accessibility at the remaining two.

The markets will be held once more at Yass Public on Saturday, January 19, from 9am-1pm, before the Rotary Club makes a final decision.

The time has come to decide on a fixed location.

Rotary Club member Ian Wearing

“Stall holders were evenly split between the two locations, so we are giving Yass Public another trial run and then we will vote,” he said.

“We are very appreciative of the community support [during this time].”

Market stalls will be inside and outside of the Yass Public hall.

There will be signs on the road and parking is available in front of the school. The jumping castle, coffee, baked goods, plants and more will also be there.