car boot sale

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an outdoor sale at which people sell things from the trunk of their car

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A PETITION has been launched to keep a Saturday car boot sale running at a community centre.
The car boot sale was held in the car park, and music was provided by Frankie and Friends band, with a raffle and a BBQ for all participants.
The car boot sale, which is usually held every Sunday at Love Lane Car Park, Mold, Flintshire, will not be held on Sunday, November 14, while parades take place across the county.
She said: I bet there are not many people who can say they went to a car boot sale and sold the car
This year, about 79% of people in Wales plan to make at least one trip to a car boot sale - up 16% on last year.
If the car boot sale is such a great place for bargains, why has it been raided four times by Trading Standards?
By the time car boot sale chiefs at Canterbury, Kent, got wind of the special offers the woman, in her 40s, was packing up.
FoR | a pitch at the car boot sale which runs from 10am-2pm on Friday, call 01745 343533 ext 127.
Tuebrook Market and Car Boot Sale on West Derby Road | |
e charity has provided a long-term commitment to the youth project Admission for the car boot sale is free and a table costs PS6.
It happened on Monday morning, August 26, at a car boot sale at Hexham Auction Mart.
TOMORROW George Thomas Hospice Care holds its annual fun day and car boot sale in the Whitchurch Hospital grounds to raise funds to support the charity's work as the city's major provider of specialist palliative care.
The car boot sale - which attracts hundreds of bargain hunters every week - will move to its new base
The Saturday second-hand stall-holders fear new plans for a Sunday market could eventually lead to a car boot sale at the Brook Street market.
SHOPPERS could bag a bargain Christmas gift at a car boot sale set to be staged in the Midlands this weekend.