‘Ev­ery­thing went in our favour’

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(Clock­wise, from above) Jef­fries Watt­son is plan­ning to get fit with his ‘new’ Bull­worker; boxes full of books to pore over; Jackie Heather and Bar­bara Smith­son won­der if they would look good in this T-shirt: a set of sil­ver spoons on Deb­o­rah Camp­bell’s bric-a-brac stall PEO­PLE on the hunt for bar­gains flocked to an an­nual gi­ant sale.

The Ger­rards Cross Jum­ble Sale was held on Fri­day and Satur­day last week at the Memo­rial Cen­tre.

A vast ar­ray of items in­cluded toys, hard­ware, books, cloth­ing and crafts.

The event was or­gan­ised by Ger­rards Cross Com­mu­nity As­so­ci­a­tion, with the help of a team of vol­un­teers.

Suzie Bower, of the as­so­ci­a­tion, said: “It was fan­tas­tic. We had so many peo­ple com­ing along, and we had more jum­ble than ever be­fore be­ing do­nated.

“The weather was great, so that helped. Ev­ery­thing went in our favour re­ally.”

Check the as­so­ci­a­tion’s web­site for news about the fi­nal fig­ures – go to http://gxca.org.uk/

For those seek­ing di­rec­tion, Sally Bal­lard was run­ning a map stall; (be­low) it was more of a free-for-all for the cloth­ing

FEET UP: Tim Coles gets comfy in the gar­den fur­ni­ture sec­tion


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