Whether you like a good rummage and the chance of finding a hidden treasure or you're looking to have a spot of fun and make a bit of money after clearing out your attic, why not come along to our Sunday car boot sales? Run jointly by Hope Valley College PTFA and Hope Sports Club, these sales raise much needed funds and are a great way to show your support. A car boot sale is also a great social event and you're sure to have a good time. With gates open from 7am, you'll enjoy the beautiful Hope Valley morning air as well!
The 2016 Car Boot Season has finished, we will post 2017 dates once we have them confirmed.
DEFINITION OF TRADERS:
Most people who sell at boot sales probably don't consider themselves to be in trade, despite perhaps selling at such sales several times a year.
So, when does the law consider you a trader? There is no hard and fast rule, but ask yourself the following questions:
- Are the goods you are selling your personal property? If not, and you buy goods specially to resell - for example, from auction websites, newspaper adverts or a cash and carry - you are very likely to be a trader
- Do you attend boot sales regularly, once every couple of months or more? If so, you are likely to be a trader even if boot sales are not a major source of income
- Do you employ anyone to help you with sales? If so, you are probably a trader
- Do you sell similar goods at other venues - for example, markets, in the street or from home? If so, you are almost certainly a trader
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