Local London school parents use "Jumble Trail" to raise money for kids

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Local London school parents use "Jumble Trail" to raise money for kids
9th June 2018

The London Fields Jumble Trail was a car boot sale style event, where 100% of all voluntary donations collected will go directly to Queensbridge Primary School. 

All locals were encouraged to set up a stall and register it ahead of the event in order to create a trail. 

Stalls were selling toys, clothes, shoes and bric à brac. There was also a tea party and a section set up for the kids to pet goats and feed them.

 

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