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Monkey Clothes

Top brand (second hand) clothes for your little monkeys.
Next Sale: Friday 14th Jun, 9am — 3pm
Venue: Mid Willow, 6D Rudds Lane, Haddenham HP17 8JP

How does it work?
At each Monkey Clothes sale there are hundreds of boys and girls clothes on sale with prices from £1 — £6 in ages 0-8 years.

All the clothes are delivered by local mums hoping to make some money from things their little monkeys have outgrown

We sell brands such as Boden, Gap, Monsoon, Mothercare, Joules, Next, Osh Kosh etc but NO supermarket brands

Do feel free to bring your children along with you.

Payment at the sales is by cash or cheque

Don't miss out:
For all the latest information see our temporary website
Sign up to the mailing list by sending a blank email to:
contact.monkeyclothes@gmail.com

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