Seacliff Community Produce Swap is a place to bring local community together, to share excess homegrown produce, to take home some goodies, to have a chat with neighbours and new friends over a cuppa, to share gardening knowledge, seeds and seedlings, and to connect with others over super local produce.
It is held from 9.30am to 10.30am on the last Sunday of each month September to May at 40a Kauri Parade, Seacliff (corner Wheatland Street).
Winter swaps – June, July, August – at Seacliff Community Kindergarten, 47 Kauri Parade, Seacliff.
Bring along any excess home grown fruit, vegetables, herbs, flowers, nuts, seeds and seedlings or homemade jams, preserves and baked goods. All contributions are placed on the share table as people arrive and at 10am sharp everyone is welcome to take whatever they would like.
The produce swap is about connecting with your local community. Everyone is welcome.