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Hope someone can suggest somewhere that we can use without - how can I put it - people coming scrabbling about, haggling and wanting to pay 10p for something as this will be for charity and we won't be selling rubbish. I don't want a car boot for this very reason. I was going to write "chav free zone" but thought that might be rude! 

 

Thanks!

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5 hours ago, annelouise said:

Hope someone can suggest somewhere that we can use without - how can I put it - people coming scrabbling about, haggling and wanting to pay 10p for something as this will be for charity and we won't be selling rubbish. I don't want a car boot for this very reason. I was going to write "chav free zone" but thought that might be rude! 

 

Thanks!

Perhaps you should put a sign on the door, saying "No riff raff, your money is not good enough".  Hope to heaven it's not a charity for the impoverished. 

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Go to a nice area such as crookes to keep undesirables away.

 

Even better would be an area that busses don't frequent so that they can't get there.

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The old Rectory, handsworth

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1 hour ago, JamesR123 said:

Go to a nice area such as crookes to keep undesirables away.

 

Even better would be an area that busses don't frequent so that they can't get there.

What exactly makes you think posh people are less likely to scrabble about through stock and haggle down to the last penny.

 

Just because someone has a large bank balance doesn't automatically make them any more generous natured and civillised than anybody else.

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9 minutes ago, ECCOnoob said:

What exactly makes you think posh people are less likely to scrabble about through stock and haggle down to the last penny.

 

Just because someone has a large bank balance doesn't automatically make them any more generous natured and civillised than anybody else.

I don't think that.  A table top sale is pretty chavy in my opinion.

 

I answered the op

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On 24/05/2019 at 20:32, ECCOnoob said:

What exactly makes you think posh people are less likely to scrabble about through stock and haggle down to the last penny.

 

Just because someone has a large bank balance doesn't automatically make them any more generous natured and civillised than anybody else.

That's how they got the large bank balance in the first place.

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rent a outdoor scc park space if theres lots of you or hire a stall on the moor indoors in the market

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rent a room at most pubs or the transport ground meadowhead might be a good idea,plus theres a bar as well

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On 24/05/2019 at 16:55, annelouise said:

Hope someone can suggest somewhere that we can use without - how can I put it - people coming scrabbling about, haggling and wanting to pay 10p for something as this will be for charity and we won't be selling rubbish. I don't want a car boot for this very reason. I was going to write "chav free zone" but thought that might be rude! 

 

Thanks!

What sort of stuff are you selling? 

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Some friends go out to Hope Valley college and do very well.  

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