Bag a bargain at NCT’s Nearly New Sale, Sanderstead, Jun 24

Savvy parents and parents-to-be in Croydon can find top quality baby and toddlers’ clothes, toys and equipment at the NCT Nearly New Sale.

The Croydon branch of the National Childbirth Trust is staging its Nearly New Sale on Saturday June 24 from 10am till noon at All Saints Church in Onslow Gardens, Sanderstead.

NCT Nearly New Sales offer excellent quality used baby and children’s items. Baby products on the high street can be pricey but shoppers at the NCT sale can save up to 75 per cent on the price of most goods.

Families with baby and toddler items they no longer need can ensure they go to a good home through the sale. They’ll make some cash, too, as sellers keep up to 70 per cent of the proceeds.

“Our volunteers ensure that the quality of the goods at our sales is excellent and shoppers can bag some real baby bargains,” Martina Lacey, from NCT Croydon, said.

“Whether you’re buying, selling or both you can be sure you’re helping to support other parents in Croydon by funding NCT’s vital work.”

Nearly New Sales are open to everyone, not just NCT members.

The income generated from these sales helps the charity support parents, fund helplines, provide breastfeeding counsellors, train antenatal teachers and offer many more services. For more information, go to www.nct.org.uk/nns


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