Cut down on expense at Jack and Jill market

Reports have said that it now costs £230,000 to raise a child.

Come to the Jack and Jill Market and cut down on the expense! We have been going from strength to strength since moving to Ayr Racecourse.

With plenty of parking, helpful staff and all indoors, and a strong focus on quality – what’s not to love? The Jack & Jill Market runs monthly quality nearly new baby & kids markets throughout Scotland.

They are a not for profit community interest organisation, dedicated to helping local families make and save money! Each market has between 40-60 stalls and attracts anywhere from 500 to almost 1000 shoppers!

Recent stallholders have been delighted to make on average £200-£300 by selling on their pre-loved items such as prams, highchairs, toys, cots, clothes and all the rest that they no longer need but still have plenty of life left in them, some stallholders have even made as much as £800! And shoppers are also leaving with smiles on their faces and armfuls of goodies having saved themselves a fortune!

Whether you are looking for clothes, cots, buggies, bikes, books, toys, games, high chairs, garden toys or in fact anything else for babies and children…you are sure to find it at your local Jack & Jill Market!

At The Jack & Jill Market at Ayr Racecourse you will find 50 stalls bursting with quality nearly new baby & kids items. All of our stallholders are local families from within the community, so you know that by coming along and shopping at your Jack & Jill Market you are not only helping your own family budget but you are also giving a great boost to another local family. And you are guaranteed to SAVE a fortune!

You will find everything you are looking for, for your 0-9s from cots, clothes, bikes, buggies, games, toys, books, high chairs, swings, walkers and all the rest, all on the same day, under one roof, in great condition and at unbeatable prices.

For your chance to snap up fantastic bargains don’t miss the next market on 25th April 2015, 10.30am–1pm. Cost £1.50 and children go free!