Market has rules

The Papamoa Lions Market at the Palm Beach Plaza is run under conditions set by the plaza management.
Stall holders, with limited approved exceptions, are not permitted to sell items that may conflict with the plaza tenants’ merchandise.
The Lions Club has to implement these sales guidelines to ensure the continued viability of the market as a community asset.
The Lions Club sells some hot takeaway food and cold drinks, an activity associated with our markets for 17 years.
We are a non-profit organisation, fundraising to support worthy causes in the local and wider communities.
Income from food sales, together with the market stall rents, allow us to continue this service.
We value our partnership opportunity with the Palm Beach Plaza that enables our community work to flourish.
It is encouraging to us that the public continues to provide excellent support for the Sunday markets. They are a popular meeting place and leisure activity.
Barry Bean, Secretary,
Papamoa Lions Club


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