Flea Market

Flea Market

Turramurra Community Flea Market

Saturday 25th May 2024

Our Flea Market has a real community atmosphere which we are immensely proud of.  Once again we welcome the community to come and join in this fantastic twice-yearly event (May & October) in new ways.  We have openings for volunteers to assist in the setting up (and, less exciting is the packing up) of the Flea Market.  If you are interested, you don’t need to be a member of our church, please ‘sign-up’.

We are looking forward to our ‘regulars’ who come from far and wide ready to buy, sell, eat, meet old friends and experience the fun and atmosphere of the Turramurra Community Flea Market.

The biggest change to the Flea Market post-covid is that we are now only accepting donations of goods on THURSDAY 23rd May from 9am – 8pm – please check our list of items we can & can’t accept.  If we spot any items on the ‘can’t accept’ list, unfortunately we will need to send them back home with you.

DONATE & Drop-off Goods: Thursday 23rd May ONLY  9am – 8pm
at the Turramurra Uniting complex, enter via the car park.

We’ll try to find a new home for your recycled treasure, bric-a-brac, crockery, utensils, china, glassware, books, clothes / shoes / bags, toys & sports, plants & tools.

Come join us on the Saturday…
The Turramurra Community Flea Market is open to the public from 8.30 am to 2.00 pm …

VOLUNTEER: Thursday 23rd May, Friday 24th May, and Saturday 25th May

Thursday 23 May to receive and sort donated items. If you are interested, please sign up here: Receiving & Sorting (signupgenius.com)

Friday 24 May to price and display items: Sort, Display, Price (signupgenius.com)

Saturday 25 May to assist with sales or help pack up: Selling and Pack Up (signupgenius.com)

Come along to BUY:
Recycled Treasure – kitchenware, household items, crockery, glassware, bric-a-brac, haberdashery, electrical, art,
Mary’s Stall – the nice stuff ! Fine china, crystal & glassware, silverware, jewellery, gift ware, collectibles etc
Books – thousands & thousands of fiction & non-fiction (sorted into subject areas), kids books, records & CDs
Clothing – shoes, bags & belts, covering women’s, men’s, children – all ages, eras, styles & fashions !
Manchester & Haberdashery – fabrics, tablecloths, placemats, towels & sheets, zips, buttons, patterns, wool & knitting needles etc
The Emporium – browse all the stands or come to the foyer where we’ve done the searching for you!
Toys & Sports – toddlers to teens – games, dolls, figurines, collectibles, stuffed toys, ride-on toys, golf clubs, cricket kits, hockey gear & various balls
Plants – a range of indoor / outdoor varieties – ready for planting in your garden
Tools ‘Jack’s Stall’ – think garden shed, home work bench, hand tools, garden tools, hardware items from that never completed project!

Or you can SELL:
Private Stalls on the front lawns – for a small fee, take your own 2m x 2m OR 3m x 3m space, bring your own table or bigger spaces accommodate pop up gazebo shelter – and sell your arts, crafts, clothes, toys, plants, baking & bric-a-brac to our visitors
Bookings:   Henk Landstra: 0448 891800

EAT:
Cake Stall – fresh home made cakes, slices, biscuits, jams, chutney & our famous coconut ice !
Refreshments – Devonshire tea is a must at the Flea Market, coffee, tea, soft drinks, scones, jam & cream, beautiful cakes, slices & fresh sandwiches
BBQ – snags in bread with onions & condiments !

MEET:
Soak up the atmosphere, bring the family, meet old friends from the neighbourhood; chat to the friendly workers at the Flea Market & take home some great bargains.

MONEY:
All money raised by the Turramurra Community Flea Market is directed to a range of local, national & international charitable causes. You can see details on the posters around the complex and on the refreshments tables. Apart from the expenses of running and cleaning up after the market, none of the proceeds are retained by the Churches running the event.

ABOUT:
The Turramurra Community Flea Market is an activity of the Turramurra Uniting & St Andrew’s Uniting Churches & is administered by a committee comprising members from both Churches.

General Enquiries: Church Office: 02 9144 1853

Visit our What we CAN & CANNOT accept page – we look forward to seeing you at our Flea Market (remember drop off donated items 9am – 8pm Thursday ONLY)

North Shore Skip Bins have been generously donating a skip bin to the Flea Market since 2022. Please support this locally owned and family run business – www.northshoreskips.com.au
Phone Neil – 0412 137 003


2024 Dates –
Saturday 25 May 2024
Saturday 26 October 2024