Dove House Hospice Car Boot Sale

Confirmed end date for the season.

Last sale of the season : 01-09-19.

Please check this page regularly for next seasons dates.     


A little bit more about the Car Boot Sale :

The Dove House Hospice Sunday Outdoor Boot Sale usually takes place every Sunday. From May through to September. Sellers should arrive at 8.30am, and buying begins from 9.30am. The boot sale is organised by Dove House Hospice, who can be reached on 01482 784343. Please contact them to check the boot sale is going ahead.

Additional Information :

Commencing May 5th - September 1st 2019. Cars + trailer treated as per a van, ie £12. Sellers are requested to take their rubbish home with them as disposal of any items left costs the hospice money. Well behaved dogs on leads welcome all we ask is that you clean up any faeces your dog may leave. No pet sales, copy DVDs, software or other counterfeit items please. In line with the nature of our work we also ask participants to smoke off site rather than in the Hospice grounds. Thank you for your understanding and support.

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Dove House Hospice Car Boot Sale Contact Details

  • Contact Person: Ian Reed
  • Organisation: Dove House Hospice
  • Address: Dove House Hospice, Chamberlain Road, Hull, East Yorkshire.
  • Postcode: HU8 8DH
  • Phone: 01482 784343

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