Little Pickles Markets are bringing their Award Winning Markets to Highworth Warneford School this November.
Little Pickles Markets set up indoor venues across the UK with 16 organisers, helping you to save or make money from the perfectly good items children are no longer wearing, using or playing with.
From 10.30am-12pm on Saturday, 26 November, the market will be setting up at Warneford School and are looking for parents new and old to help make the event a success.
Tables are now on sale and the room will be filled with thousands of nearly new items waiting for a new home. You keep 100% of your takings, so book a table to sell and use the money on something much needed for your child or even a family day out.
Over the last 6 years, Little Pickles Markets have saved thousands of families money by giving them the opportunity to buy or sell items used to raise their own children. These items range from maternity wear, nursery furniture, bikes, books, DVD’s, games, clothes, baby equipment, and toys.
Jessamine Hislop, founder of Little Pickles Markets said: “We want to encourage reusing, recycling and giving unused items a brand new home. Helping parents to save money is really important. I have 5 children myself so I know how expensive parenthood can be.”
“This Warneford Secondary School Market is very exciting because we have Pikachu attending, and we are bursting with stalls so it’s going to be a brilliant event!”
For more information and to find other Little Pickles Markets, visit their website which also includes other money saving ideas for new parents.