Walkington Car Boot Sale

Planned* to be held Sunday 1st September, 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.

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A little bit more about the Car Boot Sale :

The Walkington Outdoor Boot Sale usually takes place first Sunday of the month. From May through to September. Sellers should arrive at 7.00am, and buying begins from 7.30am. The boot sale is organised by Walkington Playing Fields Association, who can be reached on 07981 272644. Please contact them to check the boot sale is going ahead.

Additional Information :

First Sunday of the month. Subject to the weather - please check here to be sure the car boot is on http://walkingtonpfa.org/car-boots/.


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Walkington Car Boot Sale Contact Details

  • Contact Person: [not provided]
  • Organisation: Walkington Playing Fields Association
  • Address: Beech View, Walkington, Beverley, Yorkshire.
  • Postcode: HU17 8SE
  • Phone: 07981 272644



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