Myall Coast Toy Library back open for business

Toy Library member Christine Brookhouse with her two children, Jackson and Brody


THE Myall Coast Toy Library will resume on Saturday 18 July after months of closure due to COVID-19.

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Secretary of Myall Coast Toy Library, Jenny Brailey, said that they were looking forward to starting back up, offering hundreds of toys, games and puzzles for kids of all ages.

“We’ll be open the first Thursday and third Saturday of every month, from 9am to 11am.”

“There are certain guidelines that we will need to follow, outlined by health authorities, including children not being allowed to come into the hall, but rather looking at and choosing toys and games online from our website catalogue.”

“There will also be a catalogue available at the Toy Library to help with the selection of toys and games.”

“Those coming will also need to register on arrival, and all toys and games will need to be cleaned before returning.”

“Any toys or games that have been borrowed will be cleaned and put aside for a week of quarantine before being able to be borrowed again.”

The Myall Coast Toy Library operates on a borrowing system, allowing members to borrow new toys and games and exchange them for different items every couple of weeks.

The group is located at the Tea Gardens Uniting Church Hall at 120 Myall St in Tea Gardens.

For more information on the Myall Coast Toy Library, visit their website or their Facebook page.



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