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Swap meet success

ROD HERITAGE and Len Keating were among 90 stallholders at Saturday’s Wedderburn swap meet.

Rod, of Charlton, was selling wheels and collectables and said he always made a point of being at the Wedderburn meet that this year attracted stallholders from across Victoria and New South Wales.

“And it’s also a good chance to promote our swap meet later in the year,” Rod said.

For Len, from Wycheproof, a recent house demolition job yielded the bonus old hessian bags that he sold from a trailer neatly parked in front of a camp fire and tent that was bed overnight before crowds started arriving when gates opened at 7am.

The meet was organised by Wedderburn Historical Engine and Machinery Society and president Trevor Bailey said it was the second year running with 90 stallholders.

“We used to get 40 or 50 but now there have 90 for two years,” he said.

“Everything we organised went well. We couldn’t control the weather,” Trevor said as more rain fall around midday.

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