Rotary car boot sale held in aid of Redburn

Written by Scott Campbell, Cumbernauld Media's Senior Reporter.

Published at 12:44 on 11 September 2015


The event took over the college car park. Pic: Steven Flannagan for Cumbernauld Media.

CUMBERNAULD’S New College Lanarkshire car park has once again played host to the annual Rotary Club of Cumbernauld charity car boot sale. 

With around 30 cars, and a host of activities on offer, this year’s fundraiser was held in the college’s main car park, on August 29th.

A range of items were on offer to buyers. Pic: Steven Flannagan for Cumbernauld Media.

Pulled together by the Rotary Club of Cumbernauld, the annual car boot sale is often organised in a bid to raise funds for a local charity. 

This year’s event was in aid of Cumbernauld’s Redburn Primary School and Nursery. 

A range of activities were on offer too. Pic: Steven Flannagan for Cumbernauld Media.

Based in Kildrum, Redburn Primary School and Nursery caters for pupils who have a wide range of abilities and needs, with the school’s pupils having a wide range of complex learning and physical difficulties.

The school itself boasts 11 classrooms, visual impairment support, a large PE hall, a purpose built soft play area, sensory room, sensory garden, large dining hall, board-room, and music area. 

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