Hatfield Yard Sale Trail

Stall List

  1. 29 Durham Road, Dunscroft – Electric melters, diffusers, wax melts, hotties, skin care, bath & body
  2. 23 Menson Drive – Curvy ladies clothes, children’s clothes, toys, household items
  3. St Lawrence Churchyard – Jam,cake,toys,tombola,photos
  4. 5 Marton Grove – various
  5. 50 Ash Hill Crescent – Mixed crafts and house hold items. Jar tombola
  6. 47 Milcroft Crescent – Clothing, toys, garage bits
  7. 60A Crookesbroom Lane – Books, Bric a Brac and Miscellaneous goods
  8. 19 Ambrose Avenue – Plants, books, bric-a-brac
  9. 60 Station Road – tombola, cakes, refreshments, plants
  10. St Lawrence Churchyard – various
  11. 42 Ash Hill Crecent – Body Shop products and pre-loved clothes/household items
  12. 160 Broadway, Dunscroft – House hold items, brand new heath and beauty products and kids toys
  13. 87 Mile End Avenue – tombola, homemade dog biscuits, cakes and bookmarks
  14. 13 Stanley Grove, Dunscroft – Handmade gifts including resin, cross stitch, resin jewellery, glassware, frames and more.
  16. 14 Leyland Avenue – Games, Toys, Teddies, Books, Tombola, Baked Goods, Clothes and Household items
  17. The Vicarage, Vicarage Close – Light refreshments + an odds and ends stall
  18. 2 Linden Close – Mens/womens clothes dvds garden items and lots more
  19. 12 Cookridge Drive – Everything. All proceeds for Firefly
  20. St Lawrence Churchyard – Children’s toys. Children’s tombola
  21. 66 Mile End Avenue – Hand Made Cards for All Occasions
  23. 42 Ash Hill Crescent – Bric a Brac and Clothing
  24. 16 Ambrose Avenue – Vintage & collectibles, Household items & refreshments Tea Coffee & Cake
  25. 7 Bullivant Road – books, jigsaws, men’s clothing, old computer, ornaments
  26. 63 Mile End Avenue – Cakes
  27. 127 Station Road – Household , garden , jams , pastry’s , clothes and children’s , toys plus more
  28. 37 Millard Avenue – Clothes and toys
  29. 47 Menson Drive – New or nearly new toys, games, clothes, household items
  30. 11a Amanda Drive – Children’s toys, books jigsaws and bric-a-brac

Join our local yard sale trail, clear out your clutter and support your local church

After the success of our first Yard Sale Trail in May, we are hosting a second community fundraising day across the Hatfield, Dunscroft, Dunsville and Hatfield Woohouse area.

Everyone in Hatfield and the local area can take part, either by hosting a stall in their front garden, yard or driveway, or by visiting the stalls on the day. Stalls will be asked to be open from 10am – 3pm on Bank Holiday Monday 30th August.


Each stall costs £10,with the booking fee going to support the work of Hatfield St Lawrence Church and keeping it open for our community (charity no. 1127942). In return we will add your stall on to our virtual map and stall list, send you an official stall poster and some flyers to post through your neighbours doors to let them know its taking place! You are free to keep the money made at your stall, to donate it back to us or to give it to another charity.

We need your help in advertising so do spread the work locally and on social media.


Come back here to see our interative map and list of all the stalls signed up. That way you can plan your route for the day. Printed copies will also be available from St Lawrence Church on the day. You will probably need cash to pay at most stalls, so do get some ready.


We are all aware that we need to comply with COVID guidelines, and the yard sale trail is no exception. All stallholders and visitors will need to follow these guidelines (or updated guidelines based on the Government Guidances on the 30th August 2021):

  • Visitors must only go around the Yard Sale Trail in groups of 6 or two households, as per current Government Guidance. It would be preferred for visitors to go round in their household bubbles alone and to stay socially distanced from others visiting the stalls.
  • If you test positive for COVID-19 then YOU MUST ISOLATE AT HOME. Do not visit the Yard Sale Trail and if you had booked a stall then please contact rachel.ridler@centenaryproject.org.uk and you will be issued a refund.
  • If you are selling food and drink on your stall then it must be for takeaway only.
  • Stall holders and visitors are asked to regularly wash or sanitize their hands during the day. Please keep hand sanitizer on your stall for visitors to use, and visitors should take their own sanitizer round with them.
  • Remain 2m from customers and other visitors and carry a facemask with you to wear for when this might not be possible.
  • Disinfect/clean items on sale where possible or if they have been handled a lot.
  • Create space by spreading your stall over a larger area with lots of space for people to browse.
  • Stallholders are responsible for risk assessing their own stalls, making sure they are aware of handling risks, fire risks and health and safety risks that may harm themselves or visitors and actively working to avoid this.
  • The yard sale trail will be going ahead whatever the British weather decides to do! Please plan and prepare accordingly

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