Attleborough Car Boot Sale

The car boot sale is due to close for the season in October.

Give them a call to double check if the sale is going ahead (possibly Sunday 1st March, 2020).

Unconfirmed season end date. Please contact the organiser directly for more information and to find out when it will be held.     


A little bit more about the Car Boot Sale :

The Attleborough Outdoor Boot Sale usually takes place every Sunday. From March through to October. Sellers should arrive at 7.00am, and buying begins from 7.00am. The boot sale is organised by Attleborough Town Council, who can be reached on 01953 878 090. Please contact them to check the boot sale is going ahead.

Additional Information :

Attleborough Town Council is proud to present the Attleborough Car Boot Sales. Pre-booked cars £5, pre-booked vans £10. Tables can be hired for £1 on the day.

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Attleborough Car Boot Sale Contact Details

  • Contact Person: [not provided]
  • Organisation: Attleborough Town Council
  • Address: Connaught Hall (Car Park), Station Road, Attleborough, Norfolk.
  • Postcode: NR17 2AS
  • Phone: 01953 878 090

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Ian Lane

Would like to pre book for the car boot on the 11th August can you confirm it’s on and who and when do you pay . Thanks

Bernadette Armand

Would be nice if we had a bootfair in Attleborough?

Attleborough Car Boot Sale

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