The Murrumbateman Village Market (MVM) is a sub-group of the Murrumbateman Progress Association (MPA), a voluntary, not-for-profit, community-based association. The MVM is organised and run by a group of local volunteers.
Markets are conducted twice per month on the second and fourth Saturday from 9am to 1pm (except when a special event is organised). Market dates are shown here.
The MVM provides an avenue for local producers and businesses to connect with the people of Murrumbateman and surrounds, and provides an engaging meeting place for locals and visitors to connect with friends and community groups.
The charter of the Murrumbateman Village Market is:
To provide and support a viable and self-sufficient market that provides fresh produce and local handicrafts, art work and quality goods to the Murrumbateman community.
To provide an opportunity for local and regional suppliers of goods and services, hobby farmers, community and home gardeners, associated artisan producers and local community groups and to come together to sell their wares and provide information in a community environment.
To contribute to the economic, social and health capital of the Murrumbateman community.
To ensure the reason for the existence of the market is maintained and we continue to meet our approval guidelines from the Council.