Century City Natural Goods Market

The Century City Natural Goods Market offers delicious and healthy gourmet meals: curries, specialty ribs, pies, quiches, schwarma's, smoked fish, biltong, cheeses, draft beer, bubbly, organic wine, specialty coffees, teas, pickles, preserves, olives, freshly baked farm breads, pancakes, confectionary, honey, rusks, organic chocolates, cakes and cookies.

Phew quite a mouthful!

If you are looking for gifts, there will be stalls selling quality crafts and clothing at reasonable prices, or you can spoil yourself with fabulous natural body care products and jewelry.

The on-site clubhouse has seating facilities, and offers coffee, tea and a cash bar. Visitors can also enjoy boat trips from Intaka Island to Canal Walk.

The market also hosts the Brave Recovery Warriors, an NGO that will have a stall selling organic, medicinal products and gifts made by the Brave for the Brave with care and courage.
For each item sold, one is donated to someone in hospital who is recovering from physical trauma.

This distinctive market is kept cool and safe under stretch Bedouin tents.

Useful Information:

When: The first Sunday of the month from October until May 2012 from 09:00 - 14:00.

Where: The village green lawn next to Intaka Island.

From Sable Rd: Follow the road around the bend into Ratanga Rd. Follow Ratanga Road and at the third set of robots, turn right into Century Boulevard. Go over one speed bump, and you will come to a circle, go around the circle, and exit it right (3 o'clock) into Century Way (follow Intaka Island signs). Once in Century Way take your first left into Park Lane. You will see the Clubhouse on your right.

e: naturalgoodsmarket@gmail.com
t: 021 531 2173

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