Woy Woy antique store’s new spot at Deepwater Plaza

Woy Woy’s Antiques & Collectables store has announced it will relocate to a new section of Deepwater Plaza in July after a two-month hiatus.

The store closed its doors at Shop 52/53 for the final time on May 9.

It will then reopen in mid-July at the former Newcastle Permanent site.

Store’s owner and manager, Mitchell Gordon, said he would like to say thanks to those who had supported their venture.

“We would like to thank Dexus and the management of Deepwater Plaza for the fantastic opportunity we were given to raise money for local charities affected by the COVID-19 crises,” Gordon said.

“Sincere thanks to our fabulous team of dedicated volunteers, Jake Fewre, Kim Niddrie, Bronwyn Mcgrath, Troy Dove, Robin Bateman, Eric Barrett, Heather McKenzie and Carmen Perrin from Viva La Vintage – they have exceeded all expectations.

“Our new location was painstakingly selected and renovated to better accommodate our growing customer base.”

The revamped store will continue to accept donations, collect dry goods for Coast Shelter and donate a percentage of profits to local charities.

Source:
Media release, May 13
Woy Woy Antiques & Collectables

1 Comment on "Woy Woy antique store’s new spot at Deepwater Plaza"

  1. Elsie. Gulian | June 3, 2021 at 8:29 am |

    I would like to sell the following Description: BERNARD LIGNON (B. 1928) French – A jester playing a guitar Signed, on cloth, 40×28 ins. (Gouache ??). Please let me know if interested to come and inspect. I am in Ettalong Beach. Regards, Elsie.

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