CETMA are holding an indoor bootsale to try and raise funds for its projects and community work.

The first one is on Saturday 4th February at CETMA office and starts at 10 and finishes at 2pm.

“We’ll be selling mens, ladies and children’s clothing and other household items e.g. bric a brac, records and DVDs for sale.

“The public have been kind enough to donate these items for sale, so we thought that we’d hold an indoor bootsale.” Said Project Coordinator Trixie Evans

The bootsales will be held on the first Saturday of every month till at least April. To find out information and to keep up with events, please visit

Any further information required please contact us on OR 01554 772056.

For more information on CETMA, visit

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