Mother's Day is a celebration honouring the mother of the family, as well as motherhood, maternal bonds, and the influence of mothers in society. It is celebrated on various days in many parts of the world, most commonly in the months [...]
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Karen Rowe can’t remember a time when she wasn’t being creative. From winning art awards in primary school to trying her hand at almost every craft she came across, putting her creativity into practice has been [...]
What makes this market so different? Every stallholder handmakes every item they sell. Each stallholder is both the maker and the seller and represents a small home-based business. This means there are no imported, factory-made items [...]
If you were thinking about attending, DON'T MISS OUT! TICKET SALES CLOSE AT 6PM ON 13 APRIL and there are no ticket sales on the gate. As the second ever Hunter Valley Night Glow at Roche [...]
At the end of the market, a stallholder came and reported a conversation with a customer. The customer said "I go to quite a few markets but this is one of the best markets I've ever [...]
They say necessity is the mother of invention. But for Robert Towler, necessity has been the driver of a lifelong passion to craft custom furniture and world drums using both Australian native and exotic timbers. “I have [...]
Fatties Friday Two Fat Blokes Gourmet Kitchen has started "Fatties Friday". Every Friday, they will be offering a two course set menu for $45/pp. Booking is essential
Partnering with Roche Estate Handmade in the Hunter Markets has been selected as the designated market stall supplier for Roche Estate. This means that at events where Roche is the event provider and needs a selection [...]
Coming Up! Handmade in the Hunter Markets is so proud to announce that we will be working with Balloons Aloft Australia and Roche Estate this year. Save the 13th of April, 2019 for [...]
After more than two decades teaching the next generation of aspiring artists, Karen Scott’s own career as a painter has gone to the dogs – literally! The Martinsville woman has switched from teaching art to selling [...]