Thornton Car Boot Sale
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See links for alternative Saturday 23rd May, 2020 car boots.
Information about this car boot sale has not been updated for a while. We do not always get informed by the orginisers when sales finish, so do not know one way or another whether it still runs or not.
A little bit more about the Car Boot Sale :
The Thornton Indoor / Outdoor Boot Sale usually takes place every Saturday. From April through to October. Sellers should arrive at 08.00am, and buying begins from 09.00am. The boot sale is organised by Strathore Business Park, who can be reached on 07824 486 870. Please contact them to check the boot sale is going ahead.
Additional Information :
Thornton indoor and outdoor Saturday morning car boot sale. Every Saturday. 09:00 till 12:00. 08:00 for stall holders. Strathore Business Park, Main Street, Thornton, KY1 4EH (next to Thornton Railway Station). Free parking for buyers. Toilets and snack van. For further information call the booking hotline: 07824 486870. We look forward to seeing you, everyone most welcome! "Come along and grab a bargain! Don't miss out!".
Thornton Car Boot Sale Contact Details
- Contact Person: [not provided]
- Organisation: Strathore Business Park
- Address: Strathore Business Park, Main Street, Thornton, Kirkcaldy, Fife.
- Postcode: KY1 4EH
- Phone: 07824 486 870
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Thornton Car Boot Sale
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