Little Lights shine bright at swap shop

Little Lights shine bright at swap shop
Pictured: (L to R) Emma Hooker, Suzie Abramian, Jenna Stevens.

Thursday 29th August saw baby and toddler group Little Lights host their first pop-up children’s swap shop, where everyone was welcome to donate and pick up free children’s clothes.

Held at the Union Church from 10am-12pm, the morning proved a huge hit which has benefitted between forty to fifty local families. Clothes left at the end were then donated to local charity shops and charities.

Not only are free swap shops hugely beneficial to families on tight budgets, they also reduce waste and help the environment.

Little Lights’ Suzie Abramian said: “This started really from the families at Little Lights. So far it seems to be going very well and everyone seems to be really enthusiastic about the idea.”

“Being able to share things around for free, being able to give good, reusable things that can be worn again. It is very much something that we wanted to do to help and bless the community really.”

Little Lights is held at Union Church every Thursday during term-time between 9.30am to 11.30am. Welcome to children up to school age, the sessions involve free-play, messy craft activities, circle time and hot drinks for parents to enjoy.

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