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Looking to spoil mom this Mother’s Day? Then head to Bay Harbour Market because there are plenty of options for you to choose from. A firm favourite with locals, this Mother’s Day presents another opportunity to spend time as a family, pick up a gift or two from the specially curated range of goods while feasting on a wide variety of freshly made street food.

This month many traders have specials and discounts that are exclusive for Mother’s Day: Zuki Massage and Body Care will include a glass of bubbles as moms enjoy a 30 minute back, shoulder and neck massage. If you want to indulge her bath time routine, get specials on lavender, rose and muscle mix bath salts from Kiapanande. House of Valour has discounts for moms on their full grain leather purses – and you know how many items busy mommies keep in their handbags. Finally, treat her to something sweet from Wicked Waffle who are giving mothers a 25% discount on all waffles and crepes purchased before 13:00. There is plenty more on offer with a variety that caters to every mother’s taste and every family’s budget.

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While showing mom that we appreciate her is the goal, supporting Bay Harbour Market also puts much needed income back in the hands of artisans – many of whom are also mothers – who have been heavily impacted by the devastating effects of Covid-19 and its ramification on our economy. “The Bay Harbour Market is a central hub that brings together approximately 90 entrepreneurs under its roof. These small businesses not only support their families and communities, but also generate a need for knock on services which creates further job and business opportunities in the Hout Bay community,” says Lyn Mance, spokesperson for Bay Harbour Market. “We are so grateful for the continued support we receive from our customers; each purchase has such a far-reaching positive ripple effect on the wider community and local economy. Mother’s Day is the perfect opportunity to take a day out and enjoy the Bay Harbour Market experience.”

And while we’re still in the middle of a pandemic, there’s no reason to worry about venturing out to celebrate mom, “We adhere to all protocols outlined by government. The safety of our customers and traders is our top priority. There is plenty of space to social distance and spread out inside and we have two outside seating areas.”

For more information about the traders and what they have to offer, please do visit Bay Harbour Market on bayharbour.co.za and follow them on Facebook facebook.com/bayharbour , Twitter twitter.com/bayharbourmkt and Instagram instagram.com/bayharbourmarket