A mum’s small town yard sale grew to 60 households

Kate Pennington, organiser of the Attleborough Yard Sale this bank holiday weekend with her son. PHO

Kate Pennington, organiser of the Attleborough Yard Sale this bank holiday weekend with her son. PHOTO: Kate Pennington - Credit: Archant

A community yard sale spanning 35 roads is coming to a town on Monday.

More than 60 households have registered to take part in the first-time free event in Attleborough.

It is organised by Attleborough mum Kate Pennington, who works for Norfolk disability charity NANSA.

The 35-year-old said: 'It was originally a discussion on Facebook saying how we should all do a sale at the same time.

'Next thing I know there's 60 houses involved! It's already given me ideas for how to improve it next year, maybe doing it for charity.'


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A free draw for every household registered on the Facebook page Attleborough Bank Holiday Yard Sale will have a prize provided by Abbeygate Cars of a full car valet.

Sellers can place their unwanted items on their driveways between 10.30am and 1.30pm and buyers can view the locations on a map on display at Abbeygate Cars.

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