SCORTON INDOOR CAR BOOT is open in the MORNING 8am - 12:30. Next is
SUNDAY OCTOBER 22ND. Site opens at 6am with doors opening for sellers from 6am. Doors close at 8am, and re-open at 12:30 for departure. To be sure of an internal space at this indoor undercover car boot arrive early (access available 6am). Late arrivals will not have as much space inside or may have to set up outside. October, November, December, January, February and March are our busiest months. Normal Sunday Rates are £10 per car, £20 per van or £25 car and trailer. Public entrance fee is £1. Ample car parking on site.
NEXT SCORTON BIKE & AUTOJUMBLE MARKET DAY is SATURDAY OCTOBER 21ST 2017 (my book stall may not be open, I'm on holiday). Queuing on site for sellers starts at 6am. Doors open for sellers at 7am. Open every 3rd Saturday in the month for public from 8am to Midday for Car and Bike Jumble and a lot of other stuff. If you're breaking up a motorbike or car, try selling here first. You'll be selling to enthusiats and collectors. If you have spare parts that need a new home, display and sell here. Explore Britain Books have a stand pitch where we sell thousands of used and hardly used fiction and non-fiction books as well as maps and travel guides.
This large under cover North Yorkshire Events Centre is also available for hire for private indoor events. For Car Boot details and for Hire please contact Burt on: 07909904705.
Great chance to get those cheap, unusual and hard to find things you are looking for. Scorton Car boot is near Catterick, North Yorkshire, just off the A1(M) in the North East of England.
NEW STOCK: Many NEW walking guide books just arrived prices from £1. Walking and Hiking books of England, Scotland, Wales and mainland Europe. New Trail guides to most of the National trails such as Coast to Coast, Pennine Way, Offa's Dyke, The West Highland Way, the Skye Trail, John O'Groats to Land's End Cycle route and other regional guides.
All our Secondhand and used stock is still 50p or £1.
The Cassini historical Landranger Maps are still avialable from Land's End to Berwick. These are Cassini reproduction maps of what the area looked like between 1850 and 1914. Normally these retail at £9.99 each. We have them at a special price of £2 each OR 3 for £5. These make ideal presents for family and friends and an historical document of where they lived. Details of canals, the first railways, Victorian & Edwardian village and town expansion. Email us if you can;t get to the Scorton.
We specialize in Non-fiction books on Military, touring in Britain and overseas and walking books. It'll be worth the trip out to see us. We have masses of Coin, Medals and Stamp collecting books, Antique and Collectables catalogues and books. Railway, Walking and Transport books and Old Car magazines, some from the 1950s. A huge selection of Cooking, Gardening and Travel books. As we only have a few of each title now's the time to look and buy! Leave it longer and the best deals will be gone.
This Car Boot is near the towns of Catterick, Richmond, Darlington, Teesside, Stockton, Middlesbrough, Newcastle, Thirsk and Ripon and is within an hours drive. It is a regular days drive out for many Bikers from West an East Yorkshire with some coming from Northumberland and Cumbria. The buyers bikes are as much of an attraction as the varied stalls. The stalls are all under cover in a huge hanger which makes it ideal for a rainy or windy day to visit. The pitches at Scorton Car Boot overspill into out-buildings and hard standing areas around the building. It is open to the public on Sundays from 8am to Midday. You will be amazed at the stock available to rummage through or view those on display. But most of all you can enjoy the thrill of low prices. At from £1 for Non-fiction books and the Hardback and Paperback Fiction novels are even lower at 3 for £1. We also sell used maps and guidebooks. for that holiday destination. For the collector of rare editions (we don't look for first editions or rare copies of books). With books and maps as low as this it is worth a visit out to see us!
The stall is managed by Philip (the bearded one) and Richard (the young and fit one) each individually doing an alternate week. Philip's day time job is organising Explore Britain Walking tours for self-guided walks. Richard operates Explore Britain Cycling tours for self-guided bike rides. This may explain why we we have so many walking, cycling and touring books and maps.
There is a regular car boot sale held every Sunday at Scorton Car Boot between 7pm and Midday. If you arrive early enough you will get a pitch under cover – which is great for British weather. Refreshments available. Toilets on site. Contact Tel: 07909 904705. Scorton Events Centre, Atley Hill Road, Scorton, Yorkshire, DL10 6EH.
This is a wheelchair and mobility and walking impaired friendly carboot - no muddy fields or slopes and all undercover and in the dry. Usually plenty of room between stalls. All the cars and stalls are on a hard concrete level surface - undercover. Vehicles can be parked within 10 yards of an entrance. Heavy or awkward items can be carried to vehicles by friendly helpful stall-holders.
If you are a car boot seller, this is a turn up and sell car-boot - no need to book. Get to Scorton by 6am on a Sunday if raining.
The Scorton Car & Bike Boot Autojumble is also held here at the North Yorkshire Events Centre, Scorton, near Catterick, North Yorkshire. You will find car parts, bike bits, auto jumble and our book stall every third Saturday in the month under cover from 8am to 1pm. Bike and auto-jumble. Very popular event with indoor and outdoor space and stalls.
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The Car Boot is near Catterick Racecouse which is about 1 mile east of the pretty little village of Scorton (don't forget we are closed from midday) - follow signs at junctions.
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There are two great pubs in the village which do Sunday lunches and the fantastic Black Bull Inn at Moulton nearby. Perfect to visit after the car boot has ended. So you can combine the two and make an exciting morning of it.