Baby Bay market
Published 18/03/2014 | 05:40
The Baby Bay Market is returning to Sligo on Sunday 23rd March for the sixth time.
The market is where parents can buy, sell and recycle baby goods and clothes. It gives parents the opportunity to clear out and make some extra cash.
It also offers the opportunity for parents to make some big savings, particularly on larger items and also pick up a few bargains too.
Mandy O'Rorke, who runs the market, is due her fourth baby in July.
Mandy said: "I had already sold all my baby stuff as there's a five year gap.
"I was initially worried about the cost of buying everything again, but I'm saving so much money shopping at the markets and its so much fun."
For parents who want to clear out and make some cash, stalls cost €20 and are available to book online at www.BabyBayMarket.ie.
Admission is €3 per adult and kids are free. €1 is donated to Barnardos children's charity.
There will also be some local businesses selling baby related products and services on the day.
The Baby Bay Market will take place at the Clarion Hotel, from 12 to 2pm.