KIAMA residents can bag themselves a bargain at the annual Kiama Anglican Church Spring Fair.
The Kiama Anglican Church is hosting its Annual Spring Fair on Saturday, October 1 in the Church Point Ministry Centre and surrounds.
The fair will be held between 8.30am and 12 noon.
The event typically offers a variety of home-made produce and pre- loved goods for sale.
Home-made cakes, slices, jams and the popular lemon butter will also be on-sale.
Event organiser Richard Maitland said their traditional monster plant stall is known to attract plenty of gardeners.
“A fine selection of jewellery, both new and pre-loved will also be offered for sale,” he said.
“There will also be a variety of hand-made craft items, along with hand-made cards which are popular attractions.
“Also don’t miss an extensive selection of pre-loved books, china, glassware and Manchester will be available. A variety of fabrics will also be offered for sale.
“Pre-loved tools and general bric-a-brac are sure to attract considerable interest.
“The fair would not be complete without a traditional Devonshire tea, along with a sausage sizzle and drinks.”
Funds raised will go towards assisting the ongoing operations of the church.
“It’s a really good community event; we have a lot of people come down and raised about $5500-$6000 last year,” Mr Maitland said.
“There should be hundreds of people there. It’s all basically housed in the new Ministry Centre, so it’s all undercover.”
The church is located at 2 Terralong Street, Kiama.