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With the excitement of Christmas around the corner, local radio RPP FM made their presence felt at the second Primrose Fair held at The Cloisters Toorak College, Mt Eliza explains Debra Mar

Saturday morning sports programs, the MPCA Bendigo Bank Cricket Show and The Locker Room ‘aired’ a live broadcast from The Cloisters at the second Primrose Fair on the weekend.

Presenters Neil Williams, Darren Smith and Michael Voss including a panel of sporting fanatics, interviewed sporting guests and spoke candidly with a couple of Primrose Fair stallholders who talked about their designer artworks and creations.

The Fair once again delighted large crowds who enjoyed a Christmas Wonderland shopping experience, purchasing special gifts created by talented Fashion & Textile designers.

Showcased was a wide curated collection of designer fashion, children’s wear,  jewellery, homewares such as cushion covers, tea towels, candles, Christmas cards and wrapping paper, furniture and homemade food delicacies to fill the Christmas stocking and Santa’s sack.

Marlee Horobin and Lara Tweedie, founders and organisers of the Primrose Fair said everyone enjoyed the day with 60 stallholders offering wonderful gifts for the whole family.

Visit their website primrosefair.com.au and facebook page for details of the next Primrose Fair, held at The Cloisters Saturday, 1 March 2014.

RPP FM – a proud partner of Primrose Fair.

Photography Rab Siddhi

Pictured L-R: Lara Tweedie and Marlee Horobin at The Cloisters at the Christmas Extravaganza Primrose Fair on the weekend.