THE Bright Toy Library has been providing local children with something different to play with for the last 30 years, and to celebrate this amazing milestone the committee is holding a morning tea.
Every Saturday since 1985, the Bright Toy Library has opened its doors and provided a wonderful assortment of toys for young families to borrow.
Bright Toy Library committee member Pia Kennedy said the community not-for-profit club was started by a group of local mums.
“It started 30 years ago as a mums group and it just grew from there,” she said.
“The concept of the Toy Library hasn’t changed over the 30 years – it’s about giving kids some new toys to play with and parents aren’t having to fork out money, especially on those more expensive items.”
There are hundreds of toys available for hire, including bigger toys like castles, slides, bikes, to puzzles, dolls, books, DVDs.