Our next Car Boot Sale: Sunday 15th December 2013 (8am – 1pm) ALL SELLING SPACE NOW SOLD OUT!
As part of our Green Team‘s commitment to supporting the local community’s environmental agenda, Inverness Leisure’s main sports hall is transformed into a massive indoor ‘Car Boot Sale’ on the last Sunday of every month.
We offer members of the public and community groups an opportunity to raise some funds by selling off some of their unwanted items to those who may have a use for them.
The indoor car boot sales was an Inverness Leisure Green Team initiative to support community recycling and therefore offering an indirect contribution to reducing items going to landfill.
Our Car Boot sales are extremely popular with members of the public due to the fact that they are completely indoors and not weather dependent. We also supply the tables for you to display your items on, so once you have made your booking it really is just a matter of packing your car up, getting down to Inverness Leisure and getting your items on display to the hundreds of buyers who flock in every month.
The sale opens to the public at 8am although sellers get access to the hall to set up from 7am.
Our tables are charged at £8 for a single table or an extra £2 buys you a double table, allowing you to display much more. All the income that is generated from these events is used to further develop the facilities for the users with the final decisions generally being taken in consultation with the Inverness Leisure User Group. We would appreciate if you could review the Terms & Conditions here, however, please note that you are required to collect a copy with your receipt prior to the Car Boot Sale.
Our inflatable castle and giant-slide will also be available for the children to play on while mum and dad take turns each to browse the bargains.
We have a small amount of space available for Traders on request. The facility also has a list of items including tobacco products, alcohol and pirate media which cannot be sold. Inverness Leisure will also facilitate visits the premises by local Trading Standards during the car boot sale to ensure the legality of products being sold.