Recycle and sell your pre-loved belongings!
Parnell Community Centre's Community Jumble Sale is encouraging you to declutter your home, make some extra cash and, most importantly, Recycle by selling your pre-loved goods. Register online to hire a stand and join us with your good condition second-hand clothes, toys, books, kitchenware and other miscellaneous items!
To register a stall, visit tiny.cc/jumblesale. Stall hire is $30.
While you're here, take a look outside at the lovely fresh, local produce available at Parnell Farmers' Market, or grab a tasty breakfast or hot coffee from one of our fantastic, ready-to-eat food stall vendors.
Community Jumble Sale runs alongside Parnell Farmers' Market at Parnell Community Centre every six months from 8-11:45am (with set-up from 6:30am).
To find out more information, contact Lucy on 09 555 5154 or email@example.com
Community Jumble Sale
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