More than 40 garage sales will be dotted across Tamworth this weekend

REELING IN BARGAINS: Narelle and Ron Lightfoot gearing up for their first entry in the  Tamworth Garage Sale Trail this Saturday. Photo: Gareth Gardner 181016GGE02

REELING IN BARGAINS: Narelle and Ron Lightfoot gearing up for their first entry in the Tamworth Garage Sale Trail this Saturday. Photo: Gareth Gardner 181016GGE02

THE Lightfoots are adding a touch of class to this year's Garage Sale Trail, luring in bargain hunters with fine English bone china.

The Garage Sale Trail is running this Saturday with over 40 registered vendors in the Tamworth region.

Narelle Lightfoot is taking part in Saturday's secondhand-sale-fest for the first time from her Hillvue home.

The feature of Mrs Lightfoot's sale is an extensive collection of bone chine cups and crockery.

"It's everything you need for a high tea," Mrs Lightfoot said.

Somewhat sad to part ways with the collection, Mrs Lightfoot said she "wasn't allowed to keep the set",.

"I got it for a special one-off high tea and I already have a tea-set that I don't use enough," she said.

Mrs Lightfoot was undecided whether she would dress for the high tea theme of her garage sale, but said there would be adult colouring pages and lollies on offer for customers on the day.

While people are reeling in bargain china, Mrs Lightfoot's husband, Ron, will be angling to find a new home for an assortment of fishing gear, including rods, reels and bags.

This will be the sixth year of the Garage Sale Trail, which is run nationally in conjunction with local councils around Australia.

Organisers are expecting more than 10,000 sales across the country with about 300,000 customers expected to get out and grab a bargain. Locals can find out more about Tamworth's registers sellers at the Garage Sale Trail website.

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