The Stately Car Boot Sale will be held on Sunday 30th April 2017 at Sennowe Park, Guist, NR20 5PB, from 10am until 3.30pm.
Admission is £5 for adults, under 16s FREE. Car parking is FREE
We have in excess of 150 stalls already confirmed, and we are expecting more than 20 food and drink outlets, making a wonderful day out for the whole family, as well as raising funds for a very worthy cause. If you have any queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
To raise additional funds for the Norfolk Churches Trust a silent auction will be held during the car boot sale. The Auction is now LIVE and you can see the fantastic range of lots, and find out how to bid in the Silent Auction Catalogue . You have until Friday 28th April at 5pm to place your bids by email. You will see that the range of fabulous prizes includes wonderful works of art, and rarely available experiences, including:
a drawing by Antony Gormley (pictured left)
UNDER MY SKIN II, 2012
Aniline dye on paper
28.1cm x 19.2cm
Signed, dated and titled on verso
Inscribed on verso : “for Norfolk Churches”
A one night stay at magical Sennowe Park,
the host of this year’s Stately Car Boot Sale,
for two people to include breakfast. A great treat for
yourself or a lovely gift to give away.
Includes a complimentary bottle of
a 3ft “Garden Tool Gate” designed by Chelsea gold medallist garden designer George Carter, one of the UK’s leading garden designers
***Please note that an additional lot (Number 31) has been added today (24th April). One great day of shooting for one gun to join a family shoot at Thurning (near Reepham). 100+ bag expected plus picnic lunch. Dates available: 11 or 25 Nov 2017 9 Dec 2017 13 or 27 Jan 2018
Breaking News ……
We are delighted to announce that Philip Mould, broadcaster and art dealer, well known to viewers of BBC programmes Fake or Fortune and Antiques Roadshow will open the Stately Car Boot Sale at 10am.
Schools Art Competition
We are running an Art Competition for Norfolk Primary Schools to inspire children to draw their own church. The drawing or painting needs to include part of your local church – either exterior or interior. The entries will be judged by the Bishop of Norwich.
The competition will be divided into three age categories – Reception, Year 1 and Year 2, Year 3 and Year 4, and Year 5 and Year 6.
There will be a first and second prize in each age category: 1st prize will be £100 for the school and £30 for the artist. 2nd prize will be £50 for the school and £15 for the artist.
All mediums except photography will be accepted. All entries must be submitted by post to Norfolk Churches Trust Art Competition, East Beckham Hall, East Beckham, Norfolk NR11 8GA before 21st April. Please put the entrant’s name, year group and school on the reverse of the piece of art. Above you can see some of the entries received so far.
The winning drawings will be on show at the Stately Car Boot Sale.
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