Original art pieces heads Garage Sale Trail

Tim Benson, of Morley. Picture: David Baylis.   www.communitypix.com.au d496164
Tim Benson, of Morley. Picture: David Baylis. www.communitypix.com.au d496164

FROM personal art pieces to sporting equipment, a Morley couple will have 150 up for grabs at their first Garage Sale Trail.

Tim and Liz Benson are among 178 people in the City of Bayswater who are taking part in the trail.

They will be selling about 60 art pieces, books, magazines, clothing, accessories, electronics, homewares and sporting goods on October 19 from 8am to 2pm and October 20 from 8am to noon.

Mr Benson said some of his wife’s art pieces would be available during their Art and More sale.

“I am a great believer in recycling and making good use of reused items,” he said.

“I am hoping for some art lovers because there are some beautiful pieces of all different shapes and sizes.”

He said half of the funds raised would go towards the Kingdomcity Church.

Bayswater chief executive Andrew Brien said the City was proud to support responsible and sustainable retail.

“Our community have shown us time and time again their ability to come together for a great cause, the Garage Sale Trail is a chance for local people to find a great bargain all the while creating awareness for what we do with the items we no longer want,” he said.

For information and maps of sales, visit the City’s website.

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