Safari Street Market
Sunday 16 August 2.00pm – 5.00pm
Your WoodboroughVillage Facebook Group administrators Lynne Morgan and Sophie Hopkin are excited to announce that we now have over 20 stalls lined up for the village, and there’s still plenty of time to book a stall – deadline is 31 July.
Or please save the date to enjoy an amble round the village and peruse the stalls!
The idea is that you have a stall on your drive or the edge of your property to sell your own goods ,toys, plants or homemade foods arts and crafts, or any combination thereof!
We hope to have the Alpacas out and about too and hopefully some activity on the Four Bells Car Park.
We will charge £10 to list the stalls and then produce a map and index of the addresses which we will market on line and via a poster. All the profit will go to the local service centre of the NSPCC in Nottingham.
Anyone who wishes to participate please contact either Sophie (email@example.com ) or Lynne 07801 011 320 (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your email address and one or two words re the goods you will be selling/promoting.
So please get in touch
- If you’re having a clear out and have things you’d like to sell
- If you have homemade produce cakes/fruit/veg/ plants you’d like to sell
- If you have art and craft work that you’d like to sell
- If you’d like to run your own tombola
- If you’d like to promote your business with a display stall
We just ask everyone to be stay safe and observe social distancing throughout the village.
And let’s hope for good weather
Lynne (email@example.com) and Sophie (firstname.lastname@example.org)
When the map is available it will be published in the WW – become a registered reader (see Home Page for details) so that you get notified when it is published.
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