Easter Saturday Trash and Treasure

GRANGE VILLAGE CLUBHOUSE: Grange Village Manager Julie Woolard with Eddie and Pam Smith.
GRANGE VILLAGE CLUBHOUSE: Grange Village Manager Julie Woolard with Eddie and Pam Smith.

 

IF you love a giant garage sale then head to The Grange Retirement Village on Easter Saturday 31 March for the community’s annual Trash and Treasure.

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“There will be the usual excellent assortment of quality items; from collectables to vintage and antiques to everyday wants and needs,” Joanna Duffy said.

“It is rumoured that one resident is selling her large collection of Carnival Glass and that another is letting go her collectable Japanese cups and saucers such as Moriage, Satsuma and Kutani ware.”

The will also be a Charity Stall, the proceeds of which go to the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service.

“Last year $500 was raised for this valuable service and it is hoped that this year we will exceed this amount,” Joanna said.
The Grange recently celebrated the opening of the new extension to its Clubhouse.

“The extensions have maximized the beautiful vista over the lake, fountains and some of the gardens that the Grange prides itself on,” Village Manager Julie Woolard said.

You’ll find the ‘Trash and Treasure’ in the Auditorium of the Grange Clubhouse situated at the end of Tallowood Avenue off Spinifex Avenue in Tea Gardens between 8am and 12.30pm.

Visitors are asked to park along Spinifex Avenue.

 

By Margie TIERNEY

 

TRASH AND TREASURE: Japanese Porcelain.
TRASH AND TREASURE: Japanese Porcelain.

 

TRASH AND TREASURE: Japanese Porcelain.
TRASH AND TREASURE: Japanese Porcelain.

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