A market day and swap meet at the weekend has raised money for The Royal Far West.
The Dubbo Wagon Wheel Club held the Wongarbon swap meet and market day on Sunday.
Club president Lorraine Callaghan said the markets had been raising money for The Royal Far West for the past nine years. In recent years she had also added the swap meet.
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Twenty-three stall holders were present on the day. There were a variety of items for sale such as plants, radios and Christmas cards.
Gary Hollier and Barry Joseph entertained the crowd with country music.
Ms Callaghan said students from the Dubbo College Clontarf Academy had been incredibly helpful on the day. The boys had assisted with the set up and running of the market day and Ms Callaghan said she was very grateful.
The Royal Far West connects children in rural and remote areas with healthcare. The Dubbo Wagon Wheel Club also holds regular luncheons to fundraise for the charity.