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Moving house in 2 weeks. Garage sale this Saturday 8th August from 8.30- 11.40am at 209a Innes Rd.
No buyers before 8.30am please (but would take $400 for the lot to avoid a garage sale)
Stock includes but not limited too....
- Retro dining chairs and table (old school snd needs love, although Formica top was replaced 20yrs ago before I purchased)
- leather 2 & 3 seater couches (well loved/used for 18yrs)
- retro wave shaped table
- repainted vanity dresser with mirror
- bmx (excellent bike)
- kids camping stretchers, excellent condition in travel bag I had made
- lots of kids clothing, mainly tween and teen, many designer brands and barely worn or brand new
- fold out sofa
- single mattresses
- General Electric lamp shades
And other stuff too
Un-bear-lievable! Check out the awesome set up that won the AMI Kind Neighbour a couple of weeks ago. Have you got a neighbour you'd like to recognise? Nominate them here!
“I would like to nominate and THANK our great neighbour's living at Viv Davie Martin Drive for their creativity and huge effort during lock down. They lifted all our spirits with their daily Teddy bear reenactment on how to keep busy. Each day people came to see what Teddy bear was up to. With keen interest kids in our neighbourhood even gave Teddy a proper name...meet Vincent LOL! It's through times like this that such acts of goodness should be acknowledged and the memories they hold forever treasured. A selected few photos of Vincent's daily lockdown activities "thanks Vincent :)"