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1st East Ryde Scouts - Car Boot Sale

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by Faye (subscribe)
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The Scouting movement in Australia is over 100 years young, created by Lord Baden-Powell in England in 1907 then spreading worldwide, including Australia, in 1908.

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Scouting provides opportunities for young people to experience a variety of activities such as camping, rock climbing, hiking, bush craft, sailing and so much more.

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Many local scout groups have events during the year to raise funds to support their scout group. The 1st East Ryde Scouts have been holding Car Boot Sales since 2005 and these are held twice a year at the corner of Badajoz and Twin Roads, North Ryde.

This is a very popular community market which attracts up to 90 stallholders selling a great collection of toys, books, furniture, CDs, plants, bric-a-brac and more. You are sure to bag a bargain. This event is free for the public to browse. While you stroll around perusing the tempting bargains, visit the Scout's BBQ and chomp into a snag. Grab a cake and a cold drink or a delicious coffee or tea. Stallholders can book a space for $35, click here for further information.

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The 1st East Ryde Scouts also sells Christmas trees on the second weekend of December at the corner of Badajoz and Twin Roads, North Ryde.
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Why? Find a bargain, browse through a great collection of bric-a-brac and more
When: 12 November, 9:00am - 2:00pm
Where: Cnr Badajoz & Twin Roads, North Ryde
Cost: Free entry to the public; stallholders $35
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