Country house throws open doorS

On Sunday 12 May, a private Shropshire estate will throw open its door to the public and host a Country House Charity Car Boot Sale to raise funds for the Cavalier Centre, home of the new Perry Riding for the Disabled in Much Wenlock. Taking place at the Isle Estate, a hidden treasure just outside Shrewsbury and home to the Tate family, the event will be an exciting mixture of ‘booters’ selling family treasures and buyers looking for that amazing bargain and possible hidden gem.

There will also be a Valuations Tent run by BBC Bargain Hunt and Flog It presenter Christina Trevanion. Gates will open at 9am and close at 3pm and there is plenty of onsite parking. The organisers are expecting around 50 stalls, so there will be lots to browse and buy.

The new centre costs £1.3 million and is now open thanks to two generous grants from Reaching Communities and Southern Shropshire Leader along the thousands of other donors.

If you’d like a stall at the event, email danny.budd13@gmail.com.

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