Another step in a return to normality will be taken for Port Fairy residents this weekend with the return of a Saturday morning favourite.
The Port Fairy Community House market will be open for business following a COVID-19 induced absence.
The market was last held on March 14, with all other fortnightly markets scheduled to be held between then and now cancelled.
This included the April 11 market - Easter Saturday - traditionally one of the biggest of the year.
Market co-ordinator Pam McGoldrick said the return of the market this Saturday would be welcomed by the community.
"People have really missed the market so it will be nice to have it back," Mrs McGoldrick said.
"We have stayed in close contact with our stallholders during the time we haven't had any markets and most of them are keen to come back.
"We have had to restrict the amount of stalls we have and there will be other measures in place to make sure we are meeting the social distancing requirements."
Mrs McGoldrick said 30 stalls would be trading on Saturday, with hand sanitiser and other hygiene practices in place. The 1.5 metre social distance would also be observed by all in attendance.
The market will be held on Railway Place and, state government restrictions allowing, will take place on the second and fourth Saturday of each month.
The Port Fairy farmer's market was back in action at the same location last Saturday.
The farmer's market, which is ran by the Port Fairy Show Society, has residence at Railway Place on the first and third Saturdays of the month.