Re-Seconds Market goes green

2016-10-26 06:00

THE Re-Seconds Market is held on the last Sunday of every month and will be making an appearance again on October 30.

The market aims to create awareness about going green, being environmentally friendly and living in a sustainable manner.

Most of the stallholders at the market sell items that are either locally crafted, revamped, reused, re-purposed or recycled.

Some of the stallholders include Cat Care, the Animal Welfare Society, the Children’s Feeding Fund and Isithembiso Babies Home.

The market, however, is not only a space to buy and sell things. It also provides the opportunity for people to donate any goods they no longer need at the drop-off points at the charity stalls.

Anyone is welcome to bring their gently worn second-hand books, clothes, baby goods, household items, pet items and anything else they would like to donate.

The market gives a free stand to charities who want to open a stall of their own. There is still time to get a stall for anyone interested in participating in the market.

Sassy food stands, food trucks and entertainment for the young ones will also be available for any PE folk who want to enjoy a lovely Sunday outing.

The next market will take place on October 30 at the Walmer Town Hall from 10am to 3pm.

Entry is free. For more info, contact Claudia on 072 046 4444 or

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