Car boot sale is a big success at Fordham
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A charity car boot sale raised more than £700 when people pitched up at Fordham.
Macmillan Cancer Support volunteers collected the funds at the charity event on Sunday.
Ava Paice of Macmillan and Richard Taylor, the car boot organiser, sent a big thank you to everybody who helped or donated on the day.
Over the years the car boot sales have raised tens of thousands for various local and national charities.
The event is one of the largest car boot sales in the area and is held every two weeks between Easter and October.
Starting at 7am and ending at 1pm it has been going for more than 20 years.
For buyers entry is free, there is easy access for all, disabled parking and toilets and dogs are welcome on a lead.
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There are also attractions including food stalls, ice cream vans, plant, fruit and vegetable stalls and a mobile butcher.
For more information visit www.fordhamcarbootsales.co.uk or call 07836 359502.