Holidaymakers and residents have supported the Laurieton Easter street markets.
Bold Street was bustling with activity on Saturday, April 20 as people browsed through the stalls and supported nearby businesses too.
The Easter street markets are a tradition in Laurieton with a section of the CBD closed to traffic to accommodate the popular event.
Stallholders travelled from as far as Ballina and Newcastle to showcase their goods.
Plants, art, clothing, craft, handicrafts, produce and books were among the goods on offer.
The markets are a fundraiser for the Laurieton Public School P&C.
Funds raised from previous markets have been used on technology, robotics, the purchase of a Laurieton Public School hat for kindergarten students and subsidies the year 3 to 6 intensive swimming program.
Proceeds have also been directed toward literacy and numeracy resources.
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