The event, which will be held on the top floor of the Centre’s car park in aid of the national Help for Heroes charity, will take place on Bank Holiday Monday, 7th May, and those interested in taking a pitch need to pre-book to ensure they get a space.
“We have 90 places available for the car boot sale and those looking to take up a pitch will only need to pay fee of £5 for a car or £10 for a car with a trailer and the fees will be donated to the charity,” said Horsefair Manager, Kevin Smith.
Bryn Parry, CEO and co-founder of Help for Heroes said: “The Horsefair Shopping Centre’s charity car boot sale is sure to be a great success and a great way to ‘do your bit’ for our wonderful charity”
Those interested in taking a pitch need to book their space at the Centre’s Kodak store on the Horsefair’s bus station and set up on the day will begin at 7am.
The event will run from 8am – 1pm and entrance for buyers on the day will be free and there will be unrestricted parking on the ground floor all day.
For more information contact the Centre Manager’s office on 01945 584109.
Horsefair Manager Kevin Smith with the Centre’s security guard Roger Vanhinsbergh on the top floor car park where the charity car boot sale will take place.