Crawley mums have set up a nearly new children’s clothes and toy sale where parents can share and sell unwanted goods.
Mum2mum markets are a popular nationwide initiative which has enabled parents to make money out of the clothes and toys they no longer need.
Crawley mum Eva Serano has set one up here, which is being held in the Charis Centre in West Green Drive.
She said: At our market we bring the community together giving parents an opportunity to earn themselves some extra money by selling their outgrown baby clothes, toys and other baby, kids and maternity equipment onto other parents which can save a fortune by buying preloved.
“We also welcome children’s charities to have a stall free of charge and we also include their flyers into our goody bags which we distribute to our savvy parents.
“Recently we have been joined by Homestart CHAM which sells donated clothes and so raising money needed to train their new volunteers.”
Anyone can come and set up a stall. Tables are £15 for individuals and £25 for a business. Stalls are limited at each sale and usually sell out weeks before a sale-so book early to avoid missing out.
The next Crawley Mum2mum market is on Saturday July 25 from 2pm to 4pm.
After that there will be ones in September and November.
To book email Eva on firstname.lastname@example.org or go to www.mum2mummarket.co.uk/sussex for more information.