Springfield SPCA monthly markets are back!

Springfield SPCA monthly markets are back!

The market will be open to everyone on the last Saturday of each month, except in December. 

A closeup photo of a brown and black dog
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As Durbanites, we are always looking for a good market we can visit. If you know, then you know. 

The Durban and Coast SPCA has brought their monthly market back. The first one will be on the 25th of May 2024 at the SPCA Springfield in Willowfield Crescent.

The market will take place once every month on the last Saturday of the month and will operate from 8am to noon. 

The Marketing Manager of the Durban and Coast SPCA told North Glen News: “The market is held from 08:00 to 12:00 and is exclusive to stalls manned by the SPCA. We have a big variety of all sorts of goodies at extremely good prices. Stalls vary each month, but you can expect things like clothing, shoes, luggage, bags, handbags, novelty items, seasonal items, jewellery, toys, glasses, and vases." 

The market has got you and the family covered in case you need a coffee fix or get hungry. 

Coffee Cats Cafe will be open during the market days and features an array of food items. 

If you would like to volunteer to help at the market days, then you can visit spca.dbn.co.za and click on the 'Take Action' tab. 

Otherwise, make sure to invite some friends and make a morning out of it. All the proceeds that are made from the market go towards caring for the homeless and abandoned animals at the shelter. 

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