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Make Mother’s Day Special at Rockhampton Heritage Village

By David Bell

Anyone who is wondering how to celebrate Mother's Day in style on May 12 might want to think about making a trip over to Rockhampton Heritage Village.

Special Mother's Day markets are being held, giving people the opportunity to treat their mum to a day out, while also having a look at the Heritage Village itself.

The attraction is already popular with those living in real estate in North Rockhampton and beyond, but this special event is expected to draw in yet more crowds.

Councillor Rose Swadling, chair of Rockhampton Regional Council's communities committee, said there will be plenty of opportunity to buy gifts that are a little different from the many stalls.

"The markets are organised by the Village's hard working volunteers and the event is a credit to them," she noted.

Entry to the markets will be charged at $2 per person, with under-14s free – rides on vintage vehicles will be available at a cost of $2.50 per person.

This follows the announcement that Mount Morgan Railway Museum in Rockhampton will be hosting its popular trolley ride and open days throughout May.

The events have been billed as a great way for people to learn more about the role that rail has played in their local area.

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