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Wednesday 17 September 2014

Website aimed at recycling baby goods

Published 02/10/2012 | 17:00

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BabyBayMarket was officially opened by model and proud mum Sarah McGovern. Helping Sarah is her 10 month old son Baby Jude.

A NEW business has been established to help parents recycle and pass on the baby clothes and goods they no longer need.

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BabyBay.ie is now offering parents an alternative to selling their unwanted baby stuff online. Entrepreneur Mandy O'Rorke has taken her trading site on the road with a series of indoor family friendly baby markets with the next one taking place in Ashbourne House Hotel this Saturday from 11am to 2pm. €1 from every admission will be given to Barnardos. Prospective customers can expect to find furniture, prams, equipment, toys, clothes, books, anything baby related. There's also a variety of local businesses selling baby products and services on the day, things that you wouldn't normally find in the shops. Stalls cost €20 and are available to book online at BabyBayMarket.ie. You can also hire a clothes rail for €5. Every stall includes a 6ft dressed table and chair, plus space to the side for a clothes rail and up to 2 items. All events are indoor and customers are encouraged to bring the kids. Activities including colouring and face painting will be available to keep them entertained. Stalls can be booked online at BabyBayMarket.ie. Admission costs €3, and kids go free.

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