Experience Barnsley Museums is hosting a Community Toy Swap to help people with the cost of Christmas.
Taking place on Saturday, 2 December, people can come along to the Museum and swap their no longer used toys for some new-to-you gifts.
People are invited to pop along between 10.30am and 2pm and bring their preloved toys, exchanging them for something else. The event offers a chance for people to get some new toys for children and trade some unused toys, teddies, games, and gadgets for others to enjoy.
If people would like to donate toys to the project, they would be gratefully appreciated and can be left with the team at Experience Barnsley Museum during opening hours.
Councillor Robin Franklin, Cabinet Spokesperson for Regeneration and Culture, said: “The Community Toy swap was a huge success last year we are delighted to be hosting it again this year. It is an excellent way for unused toys to get a second lease of life. With Christmas just around the corner, it’s the perfect way to get some new-to-you toys that children will love. It’s also a great way to reduce waste and find joy in preloved purchasing.”
For more information visit www.experience-barnsley.com