We (as neighbours) have been approached for community feedback for a Farmer's Markets to be held in the local state school. It is proposed to be held Sunday, weekly, from 7-1pm. I'm curious as to what others would think, in case my voice makes a difference. We are about 10 houses, or 200m from the school, the school/cafe traffic is definitely already there, but not a huge issue and doesn't bother us - but increased traffic and parking congestion are the main concerns (parking can be a little tight if you leave at a bad time). I'm also a bit precious, and don't really want increased traffic at whatever time the stalls/trucks need to set up on a Sunday morning. The effect on traffic might be worse than the school as the 'market catchment area' is probably larger than the school - but it's a finite time frame one day a week. It's overall a yes for us I think. We can wander up on a Sunday to pick up our veges, hopefully grab breakfast/coffee and enjoy this addition to our local amenities. We love doing this, but usually get in the car to travel to West End, Red Hill, Mount Gravatt East... What do you folks think? Good/bad, and good/bad for property values/desirability?