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Media Release - 24 November 2020
Workers in the Campbelltown CBD precinct will be able to pick up a gift for family or friends during their lunch break at the On Q Christmas Markets this December.
A range of crafts, arts, jewellery and other gifts will be available at the pop-up markets to be held from 11am to 2pm on Thursday 3, 10 and 17 December at the corner of Lithgow St and Anzac Lane.
The markets are part of On Q, a year-long program of events and activities intended to bring Queen Street to life and improve the aesthetic, entertainment and cultural appeal of the Campbelltown CBD.
“With Christmas just around the corner, this is a fantastic opportunity for people working in the Campbelltown CBD to come out and pick up a unique gift from a wide variety of market stallholders,” Mayor George Brticevic said.
“On Q is all about creating a new atmosphere in Queen St and the surrounding CBD precinct and what better time to start this transformation than during the festive season,” Cr Brticevic said.
People visiting the markets are encouraged to maintain physical distancing and follow other COVID-safe guidelines, including not congregating in groups around the area.
Everyone is welcome to offer their opinion and share any ideas about the project through the online consultation page, (website).
On Q is funded by the NSW Government through the Streets as Shared Spaces grants.
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