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Second Hand Sunday September 13th

Time for another spring clean and the opportunity to freely offer to others the stuff you no longer need that could be a treasure someone else is looking for.
Find our what to do and register on line on nelson.govt.nz [search phrase: second hand sunday] before 9am Thursday 10th September so your address will be published on line to be downloaded by fossickers.


Second Hand Sunday rolls around again.

Tasman District and Nelson City Councils are running another Second Hand Sunday in both districts on Sunday September 13th, starting at 10am.

Freely given and freely taken away, the goods could be anything from old chairs, books, clothing or left over bits and pieces from building projects but is not to include food, dangerous goods like faulty electrical equipment, or chemicals.

To take part, all you have to do is complete the registration form on line with the┬ánelson.govt.nz or tasman.govt.nz website, using the search phrase ‘second hand sunday’. Your address will be published on the website as long as you register before 9am Thursday 10 September.

On the day, put your items out on the driveway or front lawn – not the footpath – and attach the downloadable poster to your letterbox so people can easily identify your address. You can also register and obtain the poster from any Tasman District Council Customer Service Centre. Organisers require that all uncollected items are removed at the end of the day. For people who are keen to access this free stuff, the list of households involved can be downloaded from the Council websites from Friday 11th September.

Attached information: http://i1.wp.com/www.volunteernelson.org.nz/wp-content/uploads/formidable/2nd-hand-sunday-400×300-logo.jpg?resize=150%2C150

Article type: Meetings and events
Start date: September 13, 2015
Start time: 10:00 AM
End Date: September 13, 2015
End Time: 03:00 PM
Venue:Across Nelson and Tasman Districts

Cost: Free

Contact Name: Adie Leng
Contact Phone: 03 543 8400
Contact Email: adie.leng@tasman.govt.nz