Trinity Anglican Church, Bradford

faith filled friendly community church

Second Hand Shop

Open on  Thursday and Saturday mornings 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Help needed: The shop needs a few more volunteers for Thursday and/or Saturday mornings. Once a month would be good, more often would be even better! But something in-between is quite acceptable! An information and orientation meeting is being offered after church on Sunday, February 2. If you think this could be a volunteer opportunity for you, please join us this Sunday (Feb. 2) to learn more about it. Our little shop helps support the church and reaches into the community, offering fellowship with co-workers and customers, and it’s a wonderful, fun way to re-use and re-cycle— helping our planet.

Donations: We thank all who contribute with donations.  Unfortunately, we are no longer able to accept baby items such as cribs, playpens, strollers, bouncy chairs etc. due to government safety regulations.  We cannot accept large, heavy or bulky items and no longer accept books or microwave ovens. 

Please note that if you are donating an item of greater value, please clearly tag it for Shirley Brown (or Sheryl MacPhail, when she returns) to see it first and it will be priced individually.    Contact: Shirley Brown, 905 775 5762. 

We happily accept the following items:
clothing and accessories that are in-style & in-season
useful household items & decorative items
small toys, small appliances, jewellery
in very good condition only, clean, complete, and in good working order

Please call me with any questions about the shop or if you would like to come in and work in the shop to try it out. Thank you ….. Sheryl MacPhail 905-775-3134

DEPRESSION GLASS IN THE SHOP!

Beautiful pieces of depression glass, please come and browse to see if there is something you like.  Prices are very reasonable.

snapd shop sheryl marg

We do NOT accept:

  • computers, TV’s and electronics
  • hard cover, soft cover, or childrens’ books
  • Sets of dishes
  • Large, bulky, or heavy items
  • Anything cracked, chipped, incomplete or worn-looking

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