Home People Socials Car-boot sale was a blast

Car-boot sale was a blast

The Highway Mail recently joined forces with The Church Alliance for Social Transformation (CAST) to host its first ever weekend car-boot sale at Home Ground Church in Westville. And it was a massive hit! The community came together on a beautiful sunny morning and there was loads of laughter, shopping, eating and fun, not to mention a whopping R12 000 that was raised for the non-profit organisation. More than 63 home-grown enterprises showed off their skills and sold items ranging from arts and crafts to home-baked delicacies. There were amazing food, live entertainment and fantastic raffles to win every hour. A supervised kids zone, with numerous games, as well as face-painting and a jumping castle, was also part of the day’s entertainment. A special mention must be given to sponsors Oxford Village Market, Bluff Meat Supply, Highway Printers, Office National, Bargain Basket, Diversico Bakery and educational toy brand, Melissa & Doug. It just shows how much can be done when people work together for one common goal!

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