Charity car boot sale on Easter Monday in the Horsefair car park, Wisbech
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On Easter Monday, the Horsefair Shopping Centre in Wisbech will be holding a charity car boot sale on the top floor of its car park.
The shopping centre is calling on the people of Wisbech to look through their cupboards and attics to find any items that they do not want anymore and get involved to have a clear out and raise money for a good cause at the same time.
A pitch costs just £5 for a car and £10 with a trailer. All funds raised from the car boot sale will be donated to Scotty’s Little Soldiers, a local charity that helps the families of men and women who lost their lives whilst serving in the armed forces.
The event will run from 8am until 1pm, those selling items are encouraged to set up from 7am. The car boot is free to enter for buyers and unrestricted parking will be available on the ground floor of the car park.
Kevin Smith, manager of the Horsefair shopping centre, said: “Our car boot sale is not only a great way to help raise funds for a local charity who do some fantastic work, but is also a good way for people to make some money by selling items they may have forgotten they even have.
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“At our past car boot sales, people have unearthed some real treasures and been surprised by how much money they made.”
The Horsefair’s Easter car boot sale has so far received a lot of interest and many pitches have already been booked. To reserve a space please phone 01945 584109 or visit the Kodak shop at the shopping centre.
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