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25 November 2017 Posted by 

FOOD TRUCK FRIDAY TO STAY

BLACKTOWN’S Village Green will be a Friday night foodies’ mecca after Blacktown City Council decided to make “Food Truck Friday” a permanent fixture.
Blacktown Night Markets will now operate each Friday night event on Blacktown’s Village Green until April, boosted by a Sunday organic produce market and live streaming of the Commonwealth Games.
 
“Blacktown residents obviously voted with their feet and their stomachs,” said the Mayor of Blacktown City, Councillor Stephen Bali.
 
“We have been absolutely blown away by the popularity and last year’s trial was an absolute success, drawing tens of thousands of people last summer.
 
“It’s a great way to relax at the end of the week and it was wonderful to watch families take advantage of the wide variety of cuisines on offer.”
 
Marayong resident Tin Shein (pivctured) said he and his family were overjoyed the night markets were now a full time event.
 
“We really liked being able to simply drop into the markets and graze the huge variety of food and entertainment,” Mr Shein said.
 
The Friday night food markets will be augmented by an organic produce market on Sundays.
 
Food Truck Friday, the Organic Produce Markets and Commonwealth Games broadcasting is part of a wider council plan to revitalise the Blacktown CBD.


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