After 12 months of cancelled events and uncertainty due to COVID-19, the Woy Woy Peninsula Lions Club Car Boot Sale is returning on Sunday, February 28.
Provided there are no new restrictions between now and then, the popular Lions event will be held in the Dunban Rd Car Park on the corner of Ocean Beach Rd from 7am-1pm.
Treasurer Greg Head said 2021 car boot sales would be slightly different compared to past events as they had to comply with COVID-19 restrictions and regulations.
“That will mean having stallholders set up at least two metres apart and limiting movement around the site,” Head said.
“Lions Members will monitor entry and exit points and have hand sanitiser available at these points.
“We must comply with the Council and NSW Government restrictions or face being fined or closed down.
“I am sure no one wants to see this happen as our club is wanting to raise much-needed funds to meet our disbursements to the various charities, Rural Fire Service and surf clubs on the Peninsula.”
Head said stallholders could commence setup at 6am but could not park on any grass areas as the Council had banned this.
There will be no car boot sale on April 25 due to Anzac Day celebrations.
For any information, community members can email: email@example.com or via phone: 0478959895.
Media release, Feb 1
Woy Woy Peninsula Lions Club