Lions Club car boot sale resumes
Woy Woy Peninsula Lions Club's car boot sale will resume on Sunday, January 30, after seven months' absence due to coronavirus restrictions.
"We are still located in the Dunban Rd Car Park on the corner of Ocean Beach Rd," said club president Mr Greg Head.
"Our events will continue to be operated under the current NSW Health advice regarding mask and QR codes."
The sale will run from 7am to 1pm, with stallholders able to set up from 6am.
"However, we need to be mindful of our neighbours at all times.
"Stallholders must not park on any of the grass areas, as this is banned by Central Coast Council."
Mr Head said that the council had demolished the demountable toilet block and taken about a third of the space previously taken by stall holders, as it builds sports facilities for the oval.
"To avoid disappointment, an early arrival is recommended.
The club is also hoping to limit the space taken by each stallholder "so we can park more vehicles".
Mr Head said: "We have arranged until the new amenities block is finished to have access to the toilets situated in the brick building located in the oval area.
"We will have our barbecue trailer on site selling sausages on a roll for $3.50 and cold drinks.
For further information, email email@example.com or phone the club's mobile number 0478 959 895.
Media release, 10 Dec 2021
Greg Head, Woy Woy Peninsula Lions Club