Residents will be able to take home all manner of goods, from cheese rolls to vegetables and books, from the St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church annual sale.
The sale, to be held tomorrow, is an annual event that raises money for the church’s ongoing running costs.
Sale organiser Joy Carter said the sale always proved popular; there was usually a queue waiting for it to open.
“That first hour is what we call the golden hour,” Mrs Carter said.
People generally knew what they wanted to buy before they entered the doors.
“The vegies are a sellout,” she said, and there was always a big selection of preserves and baking.
The sale starts at 10am.