Organiser Danny Budd said that preparations are going well and that they are looking at around 50-100 stallholders on the day. “Stalls are £35 and entry is £2.50 per person,” he said.
The Riding for the Disabled Association opened the Cavalier Centre earlier this month at a cost of £1.3m. It has taken six years to build the state-of-the-art indoor facility which enables disabled riders to attend all year round. Funds from the car boot will contribute to the final £150,000 needed to complete the project.
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Riding for all
The first of 2019’s biannual antique and vintage car boots held at Stonor Park in the Chiltern Hills near Henley-on- Thames in Oxfordshire, the ancestral home of the Stonor family for eight centuries, runs on Sunday, May 5, with around 100 stallholders and an estimated visitor count of 2000-plus buyers.
Held in aid of the Sue Ryder charity, sellers’ tickets start from £12 for a car with early bird buyers’ tickets from 9am costing £7.