Charity Record and CD Fair in support of Guernsey Motor Neurone Association to be held on Sunday 5 December at Blanchelande College

December 1st, 2010 by Jenny Kendall-Tobias

The Record & CD Music Fair will be open from 10 am to 3 pm. People can sell anything connected with music such as vinyl, CD’s, DVD’s, books, cassettes, picture discs, 12″, tour programmes, tickets – literally any collectable items from any decade. This is an ideal opportunity to earn a few pounds before Christmas.

Funds raised from the door admission charge (£2.00), the hire of tables, and their own stall will go the to Guernsey Motor Neurone Association.

There is an £8.00 fee per table to book a table.  Tables must be reserved and paid for in advance of the event.

Cheques should be made out to ” The Guernsey MND Association” and be sent to Vaughan Davies, Sherbourne House, Mount Row, St Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 1NS.

If you require more space you can book more than one table – remember the funds are going to a worthy cause.

The organisers would also like to receive donated sale items if you are having a clear out.


1) The hall will be open from 8.30am to allow plenty of time to set up.

2) Please ensure that you have plenty of change and reusable carrier bags to hand.

3) Please advise Vaughan Davies if you need an electricity supply to power vinyl decks for listening purposes.

4) The record fair finishes at 3 pm. Please wait until this time before clearing up.

5) Tables will be bare so you may wish to bring a table cloth.

6) Please also give time in advance of the day, to grade your records and sort them into sections, which makes it easier for buyers to search.

7) As vinyl records in bulk can be heavy please try to bring a trolley to move them more easily.

8) There are toilet facilities on hand and refreshments will be available to buy.

Please call Vaughan Davies on 07781 124828 or 726837 or email Vaughan.davies(at) if you have any queries.

These are also the telephone numbers to call if you have sale items you wish to donate for the benefit of the Guernsey Motor Neurone Association

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