12:02PM, Friday 17 May 2013
A charity is set to hold its first plant and yard sale in Maidenhead on Sunday.
Rosie's Rainbow Fund is hosting the event at Redroofs School in Bath Road from 10am until 2pm.
The charity has had plants and branded tools donated by a garden centre and will be running its own stall.
Donations of unwanted goods and small furniture are welcome.
Stalls are available at £7 per pitch, with set up from 8.30am. There will be refreshments.
The prize in the charity's 2013 anniversary draw, a VW Camper van, will be on show at the sale.
It costs £2 per ticket to enter the draw.
Rosie's Rainbow Fund was set up in 2003 in memory of Rosie Mayling, who tragically died at the age of 11 from a rare blood disease.
Her family founded the charity to support families affected by serious illness, disability and the loss of a child within hospitals and the community.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01628 675350 to book a table.
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