The My Kids Market, a haven for high-quality used kids and baby clothes and accessories, is returning on May 1 for all parents and soon-to-be parents.
Last year the market ran on limited occasions due to the coronavirus pandemic and is returning for the first time this year in 2021 at Punchbowl Christian Centre.
The market is a prime spot for parents looking to sort out their baby or child's wardrobe or room without burdening their bank accounts in the process.
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Event organiser Ursula Donati said that she was excited to see the market return for the first time this year.
"It is very exciting, we have a COVID safety plan in place and we ran two markets last year and I was nervous but this year I am much more relaxed," she said.
"It's a good way to recycle and give a second life to items you don't need anymore ... this is a good way to be sustainable."
Featuring 35 storeholders, including six stores selling homemade goods, Ms Donati said the market was a great option for those looking to be sustainable shoppers.
"It is a very sustainable way because usually the goods end up in landfill and the landfill is full so it is very important to give items a second life," she said.
"There's so many things that parents have bought and don't use or received as a gift, many times you have something that is selling as completely brand new or maybe they used it once.
"People are really able to find good treasures at bargain prices," she said.
The My Kids Market is on May 1 from 9am to 12pm at the Punchbowl Christian Centre. Entry fee is $3 and kids for free.
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