The Salvation Army’s second-hand shop in Nyon will celebrate 15 years in its current location on Wednesday the 31st October and Thursday 1st November, from 09:00 -18:30 (no lunch time closure on these two days).
There will be entertainment and discounts – see below. The shop will also be running a special offer on these two days, customers can fill up a Brocki bag with items from the store (apart from goods inside the windows and glass cases), for just CHF 25.
Photo below – A Brocki Bag
This big second-hand shop is a great place to pick up a bargain, from furniture to children’s toys, houseware, decorations, clothes, bags, works of art and more. Their website list some of their current stock here.
The store is at the Centre Articom, Route de Divonne 48, 1260 Nyon. Tel 022 361 337.
This Brocki (short for brocante) also welcomes the donation of goods to its store, proceeds of sales go towards the Salvation Army’s charitable causes. These range from helping the homeless to giving a hand those in need, both in Switzerland and in other countries. See here.
The Nyon branch would really welcome donations of men’s clothing in good condition. Demand is greater than supply at the moment.
Moving house? Did you know that the Salvation Army also sells Brocki packing boxes? They can support a weight of up to 50 kilos and cost CHF 3. Details here The also offer a house clearance service.
15-year party celebrations – programme
Wednesday 31st October
09:00 Coffee and a croissant will be offered by the Brocki. The first 15 customers of the day will receive a voucher for a Brocki’Poulet or a Brocki’Boeuf or a Brocki’Vegetarian and chips served from 11:00
11:30 A presentation, music, food on sale
15:00 A free puppet performance for children by Amarante
Thursday 1st November
From 09:00 The first 15 customers of the day will receive a voucher for a Brocki’Poulet or a Brocki’Boeuf or a Brocki’Vegetarian and chips served from 11:00
There will be several Flash (discounted) sales throughout the day 10:00 Vaiselle (kitchenware) 14:00 Clothes and 16:00 Toys
Photo above of glassware – courtesy Brocki.ch