Bootsales

 

Welcome to our boot sale information page.

 

Our aim is to create a hub in our community; a place for shoppers to meet and buy quality new and used products at fair prices and a low cost retail outlet for business to encourage local economic development by supporting small business and thus keeping money within the local community.

Our site can be easily seen from Maidstone Road with easy access to the car park. We have space for over 200 stalls and our car park can accommodate more than 1,000 cars.
Please note that our boot sales will be running on Wednesdays, Fridays, Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays from the beginning of April to the end October - weather permitting (as the boot sales are held outdoors on a grass surface). The gates open at 7.00am for sellers and 8.00am for buyers.


VISITORS AND BUYERS

Thank you for coming to our boot sales and we hope that you will enjoy your time with us. We are always looking for ways to improve our services and will welcome any comments, suggestions or feed back and look forward to hearing from you. PLEASE NOTE THAT DOGS ARE NOT ALLOWED.


STALL HOLDERS

We generally welcome all types of product, new and old; but if you are a first time seller with us, please ring us first. Stallholders pay £10 for a standard pitch and £15 for a large pitch. All fees must be paid on arrival and before setting up your stall. Sellers must not arrive later than 9.00am to set-up their stall PLEASE NOTE THAT DOGS ARE NOT ALLOWED.
 and must not start packing things up until around 12.00noon. NO RUBBISH IS TO BE LEFT ON SITE. The site must be left clean and tidy. PLEASE NOTE THAT DOGS ARE NOT ALLOWED.

 

COSTS

STANDARD PITCH
Cars and small vans £10 - PAY ON ENTRY

LARGE PITCH
Cars with trailers and large vans £15 - PAY ON ENTRY

No selling of counterfeit goods or unauthorised food/drink.



NO RUBBISH TO BE LEFT ON SITE.

Parking £1 - Pedestrians 50p (under 16s free)

Toilets * Refreshments * Attractions


Contact us for further information:
T. 07831 602277
E. info@honeydalefarm.co.uk
Facebook/honeydalefarm