Meet and get to know other members at the Trading Day

Where: Albion Peace Hall, under the Albion Overpass – 102 McDonald Rd Windsor

Rosie will lead the Storytelling from 2.30-3.30pm –

Story Circle  – March‘s topic  –  “Meeting someone special”

– Crystallise and capture a special moment, event or experience

   with a short, sharp and shareable event story – 5 minutes


Trading from 1-4pm  

– come and share your skills, knowledge, passions and outside the box interests – we have such a

diverse group of very talented, widely skilled and varied members – you always learn so much from

each other when you attend!

Check out for what’s happening.

Let the Newsletter Editor know what you would like advertised to create interest in what you have to offer.

Ebony is bringing her sewing machine, and Helen is bringing her electric circulation booster! Whether you catch up with members from 10 years ago

or meet new members, it’s a great social time, you learn heaps and often come away with something you really value!

HINT: Active traders browse our lists of offers & wants in advance, and arrange to meet the trader at the meeting to hand over the goods.

Reusing / repurposed items often get snapped up when you suggest purposes they might be used for – down sizing, decluttering – increase your

sales by adding your imagination! Or team up with other traders eg, someone has transport, someone has ideas and someone is handy!

– bring a plate of food to share for afternoon tea – cows milk, tea, coffee and sugar provided.

What to bring to this trading event:

  • Friends – spread the word!

  • Trading record sheet and pen, or data-enabled smartphone, tablet or laptop to put through transactions immediately

  • Goods to trade, or equipment needed for a service eg chair for head and neck massage

  • Promotional material of services you are offering

  • $20 joining fee if you don’t yet have a BrisLETS account, CLICK HERE to download a membership form.

  • BrisLETS is all about trading: buying and selling goods and services for LETS units rather than spending the Aussie Dollar.