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The wet weather cut the numbers of stallholders and visitors to markets across Noosa on the weekend.
Numbers were down at Yandina market and the usual bustling market at Peregian Beach Village was reduced to just a handful of people.
Jason Gibb of The Jam Factory wasn’t complaining, with the cool conditions drawing customers to his delicious donuts.
With his purpose-made caravan keeping him dry, he’s not put off by the wet.
“I’m happy to support this market because I love it,” he said. “I love this community.”

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