On its return yesterday, the new location attracted mixed reactions among stallholders.

Tony Cornelissen felt the event was "too spread out".

Ivan Standley, whose stall had handmade wooden children's toys, agreed.

"It was terrible, I didn't sell a thing," he said.

Mr Standley said the patchy layout made it too hard for elderly people, and those with kids, to make it around to all the stalls.

Stallholder Maureen Sali was located inside the main pavilion shed and was happy with the venue.

"It's good, it's a great spot here, there's plenty of room."

But Ms Sali had two suggestions to improve the next PCYC market event.

"We need a community bus running out here," she said.

"And I like the location, but it's a bit dirty."

Jenny Lewis of Jaylee Designs children's clothing said she was "really happy" with the new location but loved the idea of a transport bus.

"I think that would be a brilliant idea," Ms Lewis said.



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