Pill Yard Trail takes place this week

PUBLISHED: 11:00 30 August 2018

Take you lose change with you on the Pill Yard Trail. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto/kwanchaichaiudom

Take you lose change with you on the Pill Yard Trail. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto/kwanchaichaiudom

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Pill households will be flogging some of their unwanted goods from the comfort of their front gardens this week.

The Pill Yard Trail is back on Sunday where people will set up stalls in their yards to sell everything from books to furnishings.

Villagers without yards at their home will also be able to set up at the memorial club, in Lodway.

Cakes, baked goods and refreshments will also be sold along the trail.

The event will run from 10am-2pm around the village and is organised by locals to support the village’s anti-landfill, recycling and upcycling nature.

To get involved in selling, complete a form on the event’s Facebook page or collect and complete a copy at the Pill Resource Centre in Baltic Place.

Everyone is welcome to take part in the trail.

Maps which list participating houses will be available from the Facebook page and resource centre from Saturday.

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