Burgh Bypass Car Boot Sale

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See links for alternative Friday 23rd August, 2019 car boots.


Information about this car boot sale has not been updated for a while. We do not always get informed by the orginisers when sales finish, so do not know one way or another whether it still runs or not.

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A little bit more about the Car Boot Sale :

The Burgh Bypass Outdoor Boot Sale usually takes place every Friday. From March through to October. Sellers should arrive at 5.30am, and buying begins from 6.00am.

Additional Information :

Great carboot, on the main road to Skegness and the coast. Sellers welcome from 5.30 till 8. All stalls any size £5, no catering units though please. Parking is 50p per car. There are proper toilets, food units and ample parking. This does get very busy, and though there is no need to book due to it being a huge field, we recommend you do arrive quite early to guarantee a spot on the main rows


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Burgh Bypass Car Boot Sale Contact Details

  • Contact Person: Annie Mackinder
  • Organisation: [n/a]
  • Address: A158 Nr Skegness, Skegness, Lincolnshire.
  • Postcode: PE24 5LN
  • Phone: [not provided]



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