Hatfield Peverel Sale Trail

Helen Rollason Cancer Charity will be hosting our very first Hatfield Peverel Sale Trail on Saturday 18th September 2021 – have you had a lockdown declutter and looking to sell your unwanted items? If so get in touch with our fundraising team today! For just £5 we can add you to our Sale Trail map and promote your stall to our buyers.

The Duke of Wellington Pub will also be holding a fundraising boot sale from 7am-10am with half of the profits being donated to the charity. And with the re-launch of our Coffee Mornings at the Mid Essex Support Centre, Saturday the 18th promises to be a fantastic day out for all the family!

To book your stall please use the form below or for more information please call 01245 380719 or email fundraising@helenrollason.org.uk 😄

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