North Cave Car Boot Sale
Planned* to be held Sunday 18th August, 2019.
*planned, based on the information we have, but not necessarily confirmed or taking place. See the note below.
As far as we are aware the above date is the planned or regular date that the Car Boot will take place. However, there are a number of reasons why Car Boots don't go ahead exactly as planned, so simply call the number given to check if the car boot sale is taking place or not. We don't recommend setting off without talking to the organiser or visiting their official website for the latest information.
A little bit more about the Car Boot Sale :
The North Cave Indoor / Outdoor Boot Sale usually takes place every Sunday except Christmas. All year round, from January through to December. Sellers should arrive at 6.00am, and buying begins from 6.30am. The boot sale is organised by North Cave Sunday Market, who can be reached on 01430 421 188. Please contact them to check the boot sale is going ahead.
Additional Information :
North Cave Sunday Market and Carboot is a long-running Sunday Market and Carboot Sale open every Sunday between January and December from 7am to 1pm, with FREE PUBLIC ADMISSION. Here at North Cave we have a fantastic selection of traders and carbooters selling everything from fruit and veg, flowers, plants, household cleaning products, pet food, timber, bicycles, fishing tackle, clothes and toys to cards and crafts, homebaking, free range eggs, butcher, newspapers, garden ornaments, gardening supplies, tools old and new, furniture and antiques and much much more. For a closer look at what’s on offer, take a look at our Gallery, where you’ll find some snaps of just a few of our many regular stalls. There really is something here for everyone!
North Cave Car Boot Sale Contact Details
- Contact Person: [not provided]
- Organisation: North Cave Sunday Market
- Address: Newport Road, North Cave, Brough, East Yorkshire.
- Postcode: HU15 2NU
- Phone: 01430 421 188
North Cave Car Boot Sale
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