TWO solicitors working for social housing provider Incommunities plan to hold a car boot sale next month to raise funds for Homeless International and their work to help families living in poverty.

Rosemary Keczkes, of Burley-in-Wharfedake, and colleague, Milena Falciano, will join other volunteers who will work together to rebuild homes in one of the most remote parts of southern Asia.

They have so far raised £1,350 towards the trip organised by the charity with the target of raising £6,000.

The car boot sale will take place in the cark park of Incommunities’ Shipley base, The Quays, on Victoria Street on Sunday August 3 between 6am and 1pm.

Pitches are available for £8 per car, £10 for a car with trailer and £10 to £15 for a van.

The two are working hard to raise as much as possible for the charity’s Nepal Community Challenge and help families rebuild their homes and their lives.

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