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SUNDAY, JANUARY 6
Step into Clyde Buskers & BBQs
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3
Step into Clyde Art & Jazz
SUNDAY, MARCH 3
Step into Clyde Classic Clyde
03 449 3331 • www.centralone.co.nz
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Clyde Bistro (Behind Olivers)
Open for Coffee-Drinks-Lunch-Dinner. Wood fired Pizza Oven
Your hosts John and Maree Davidson
29 Sunderland St, Clyde. Ph: 03 449 2295
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The Clyde on Sunday team are hoping for another big
turnout to the Historic Clyde Precinct for their Holiday Market.
Their theme of Buskers and Barbecues was a big winner
last year with a large crowd of visitors and locals enjoying the
Again the emphasis is on all the family, young and old and
children's activities include popular mask making.
Over 30 local stalls will be selling their produce and wares
including breads, wines, cheeses, fresh seasonal fruits,
clothing and much more.
''We acknowledge the very strong support of our regular
stall holders who tell us they enjoy being part of the Clyde on
Sunday Markets and the community atmosphere generated''
member Maree Davidson said.
Keeping with the theme of Barbecues, the team members
will be offering satay chicken, garlic prawns, and gourmet
sausages. The local Lions will barbecue meat and whitebait
patties and with other food stalls their will be plenty of choice
''Clyde on Sunday are again grateful for the assistance of
local music teacher and group member
Suzanne Russell in bringing together
another full programme of Buskers,'' John
''Young and others will showcase a
variety of talents including strings, brass,
yukelele band and tropical sounds from
the pacific. Vocals, dance and mime
add variety and all performers will be
hoping for and encouraged by a hatful
of appreciation at the end of their spot,''
See you all on January 6, from
10.30am to 2pm, for all the fun of the fair.
The Clyde on Sunday team thank the
community for continued support and wish
everyone the best for the New Year!
'Step into Clyde'
BUSKERS & BBQ'S
Clyde Historic Precinct
10:30 A.M. to 2:00 P.M
CLYDE PROCESSING LTD
Sausage Alley, Sunderland Street, Clyde
Ph 03 449 3048 or 027 609 1823
Open to the public, Friday 8am-5pm
The Beautiful Yarn Company
Exquisite new Angora Silk Merino Yarn
Touch Yarns Ltd, 27 Fache St, Clyde
Ph: 03 449 3204 • www.touchyarns.com
27 Fache St, Clyde
Ph: 03 449 3204 • www.touchyarns.com
Beautiful Christmas gifts, decorations, lights and more!
RABBETTE BRICK & BLOCK
021 990 804
Ph (03) 449 2747 • Sunderland St, Clyde
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• Aggregates • Stump Removal • Root Raking • Screen top soil
Clyde Cartage & Excavation Ltd
Call Ray Harvey for quotes on 0274 364 456
03 4492550 a/h Fax 03 4492181
in relaxing, private surroundings
Ph 03 449 3307 / 027 286 0438
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
for dinner, bar snacks
& our 'famous' pizza's.
35 Sunderland Street, Clyde.
Ph 03 4492817
Ph: 03 449 3307
LODGE & STABLES
P (03) 449 2600
34 SUNDERLAND STREET, CLYDE
(03) 449 2287
Bike Hire Specialists
Phone: 0800 Bike Now (0800 245 366)
Fache Street, Clyde (behind Olivers Lodge & Stables)
SUNDAY 6th JANUARY
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