A massive event for mums to grab baby products at bargain prices is taking place later this month in Arnold.
The popular Mum2mum Market, which launched in Arnold a year ago, is moving to a larger venue to help cope with increased demand from stallholders.
The events in Arnold will now take place at The Arnold Hill Academy, starting with the next sale on September 16.
At Mum2Mum markets Parents can sell their children’s outgrown clothes, toys, books and equipment to other mums and dads and keep 100 per cent of the profits at the sales.
Local mum and event organiser Lindsey Dudley says “We began holding sales at the Good Shepherd Church in Woodthorpe and have been blown away with the response to our events.
“We’ve welcomed hundreds of buyers and sold out of all stalls at each event, with many repeat sellers. We quickly outgrew the original venue and needed more space so we don’t have to turn sellers away.
“Moving to The Arnold Hill Academy means we can provide more stalls and provide extra space for sellers, and offer our buyers even more choice, with great free onsite parking facilities. Its a wonderful community event, bringing families together- and great for the environment too- as its recycling at its very best!”
Mum2mum Market first hit the headlines 12 months ago after founder Cath Harrop appeared on Dragons’ Den back in March 2016.
There are now over 100 franchisees all over the country and monthly events now taking place all across the region, in Nottingham, Derby, Leicester & Lincoln.
”Lindsey added: “With Mum2mum Market everyone’s a winner. Buyers can source great quality lightly used goods at a fraction of the high street price and sellers keep 100 per cent of their profits. “There are serious savings to be made by buying second hand. With large items like designer prams selling for around a third of the new price and baby and children’s clothes from just 50p, parents can save hundreds of pounds.”
Mum2Mum Market take place at The Arnold Hill Academy on Saturday, September 16 2017 between 2pm-4pm
Admission is £2 on the door, children admitted free, with free admission after 3.30pm. There’s also 241 admission available on the website.