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A warm welcome to Carshalton Families!

Carshalton Families is a non-profit organisation that runs nearly new sales for quality pre-loved baby and children's (up to 12 years old) clothes, toys and equipment.

We have everything from maternity wear, breastfeeding equipment, toys, clothes, prams, high chairs, equipment, and much more.

This is a brilliant opportunity for you to buy top-quality items from local parents. It will all be at a much lower price than you'd pay at the shops, ch-ching!

 

Where?

 

The nearly new sales are held in Commuinty Halls in:

 

Banstead

Croydon

Epsom

Surbiton

Here are some recent photos:

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How Much?

 

Adult entry is just £2 (children go free). 

If you are looking to sell clothes and items instead,  the stand fee is £15. For more details on running a stand, click here.

When?

Usually there is an sale every month, check out the upcoming events and book your entry:

Is It Actually Worth Going?​

Most definitely! Everyone is very friendly and you will find lots of great bargains. The feedback from every event is brilliant. Check out some of the recent feedback:

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Plus here is a review from the Epsom & Ewell Families website:

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"Most items have barely been used (so look brand new) at a fraction of the cost of buying new.

 

The event organiser - Jemma - is really lovely and accommodating. She also goes out of her way to source items for people searching in-between sales too.

 

I have been a purchaser and a seller at these events and have never experienced anything negative. 

Since social distancing has been a factor in our daily lives, Jemma has also ensured a maximum number of people in the room at one time. 

I also love how a good proportion of the money raised goes to support local charities. This is a non-profit organisation that helps local community parents."