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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

A clothes swap at the Moruya Markets (Riverside Park) 8am and 12.30pm Sat Sept 2nd

Fashion waste is real! We each buy - on average - 15kgs of clothing each year then send 10kgs of it to landfill.

Well, Eurobodalla Council's sustainability dream-team – Lily and Allana – don’t like it. They say swapping clothes is a sustainable, fun way to get your fashion fix. They’re joining forces with Vinnies this Saturday for a clothes swap at the Moruya Markets (Riverside Park) between 8am and 12.30pm.

Bring up to five items to swap – you can take home as many as you brought along. Clothes will be hung up on racks for easy viewing and trying. The swap is for everyone – all ages, genders and body types. Bring nice stuff – clothing you’d gift to a good mate, nothing worn-out, pongy, pilled or damaged. Please, no underwear, swimwear, old pyjamas or overworked gym gear.

More details > The always popular plant swap – Council environment staff will give you some lovely locally raised native plants for a bag of your garden weeds – will run right alongside the clothes swap. Twice the trades = double the fun. See you there!


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