A Little Bit of Give and Take is Good for Everyone.

Fancy a chance to declutter your home and take home something ‘new’ for free?  Well, you can have it all at one fantastic local event.

Haverfordwest Community Fridge will be holding a Toy Swap Event on Wednesday 4th December at The Green Shed in Merlin’s Bridge, Haverfordwest. 

Donate all your children’s unwanted toys, games, puzzles, books and fancy dress that you no longer need, use or want between 10:30am and 4pm.  Please make sure that all items are in a good, clean condition and in working order.  The event cannot accept broken or dirty items, items that are missing parts, or items that need to be plugged into a socket to use or charge.

From 10.30am to 4pm, anyone can come and take something away and you don’t have to give to be able to take.

Elizabeth Griffiths a volunteer from Haverfordwest Community Fridge said;

What better time of the year to organize a toy swap than just before Christmas when many families are sorting through their children’s rooms to make space for Christmas”. What better time of the year to organize a toy swap than just before Christmas when many families are sorting through their children’s rooms to make space for Christmas”.

’We have seen successful toy swap events running in other parts of the county and wanted this event available in our own community.  This event gives Pembrokeshire residents a chance to be both planet and people friendly by passing on children’s toys that are no longer wanted or needed – giving items a second life and reducing the need to buy new.  We are keen to help people buy less, spend less, use less and throw away less.’

As well as the Toy Swap, there will also be a colouring table for the children whilst parents browse and squash and cakes for sale.

For more information or if you would be interested in Volunteering at this event, please contact:

Sarah Holden at Haverfordwest Community Fridge on 07581496534

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