The dates for the 2019 season have now been published. For further details check the dedicated car boot page at https://hvcollege.com/car-boot-sales/
Car Boot Sales re-commence for the 2019 Season at Hope Valley College on Sunday 14th April.
For further details on the Car Boot Sales held at Hope Sports Club go to https://hopesportsclub.co.uk/
CAR BOOT SALES – 2019
23rd – Hope Valley College
30th – Hope Sports Club
7th – Hope Sports Club
14th – Hope Valley College
21st – Hope Sports Club
28th – Hope Valley College
4th – Hope Sports Club
11th – Hope Valley College
18th – Hope Sports Club
25th – Hope Valley College
1st – Hope Sports Club
8th – Hope Valley College
15th – Hope Valley College
22nd – Hope Sports Club
29th – Hope Valley College
SITE RULES AND REGULATIONS
- STRICTLY NO DOGS ALLOWED – we discourage dog owners from bringing dogs to our car boot sales as they are not permitted on school grounds and we would discourage owners from leaving them in cars (especially in hot weather)
- STRICTLY NO SMOKING
- TRADERS ARE NOT PERMITTED ON SITE
- PLEASE REMOVE ALL YOUR LITTER FROM THE SITE WHEN LEAVING
- NOTE: Gates Open – 7:00 am
- Any person selling food of any description e.g. Meats, Cakes, MUST produce valid Insurance and display a Health & Safety Certificate
- No sales of regulated items such as: Alcohol, tobacco or copies of CD and DVD’s
Number to ring in the event of cancellation due to bad weather: 01433 730191
Charges for 2019 season are:
- Car – £5
- Car & Trailer – £10
- Van – £10
On Tuesday 15th January a small group of Key Stage 4 English Literature students travelled to The Crucible in Sheffield to attend the ‘Shakespeare Experience’ launch.
The school is responsible for a number of events that happen throughout each year to help raise funds. These include:
HVAFF is organised and run by the Hope Valley College PTFA as a way or raising funds used for developing school facilities. It takes place in March each year.
Wateraid – July
The Severn Trent Mountain Challenge is the perfect event for teams to take a break from busy schedules, put their heads together and walk their way through challenging terrain. Setting off from Hope Valley College, walkers navigate across the glorious Dark Peak area – with map reading skills a necessity! Those who take part then enjoy spectacular views and exhilarating inclines before descending back through Edale to Hope Valley College for refreshments and hot food.
Hope Valley Mountain Bike Challenge – September
This event runs every year in September. Participants choose from 2 tough off road events of either 14 or 28 miles around the beautiful Hope Valley. It is organised and run by the Hope Valley College PTFA. Money raised from this event goes to support Hope Valley College, CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young) and Edale Mountain Rescue Team.