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Newquay Circus Fields from 31st March 2015 - car boot sale
Times
Sale day
End Of Season
Prices
Cars - each
£6.00
Estates & 4 x 4's - each
£7.00
Trailers - extra
£4.00
Transits - each
£10.00
High Sided & LWB Vehicles - each
£12.00
Market Stalls & Vehicles Selling New Item - per foot
£1.00
Public Admission
Adults
50p
Children
Free
Weather
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Site information
Newquay is on farmland opposite the Morrison’s store.

We have use of two fields, which in the height of the summer we share with the circus.

It’s a great location, which gets fantastic support from the tourists.

An ideal location for Mum to get the Kids off to school and sell at Newquay to arrive for say 11.15 am.....by 2.30 pm you could start packing and be in time to collect the children back from school!
STRICTLY No buying or selling before the HORN at 12.00 noon.
Restrictions on LARGE DOGS please note.

Trailers from £4.00
Caravan & Camping
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Should you wish to contact us please email us at; enquiries@carbootscornwall.co.uk or call our ansaphone number 078 078 078 88 or write to me direct a
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TUESDAYS
@ Newquay Circus Fields from 31st March 2015
End Of Season
TUESDAYS
@ Long Rock-New day/time to follow!
End Of Season
THURSDAYS
@ Newquay Circus Fields from 26th MARCH 2015
End Of Season
THURSDAYS
@ Par Market restarts 2nd April at 9.00am & Bank Holiday MONDAYS
End Of Season
FRIDAYS
@ Falmouth Rugby Club STARTS on GOOD FRIDAY!
End Of Season
SATURDAYS
@ TRURO CATTLE MARKET
End Of Season
SATURDAYS
@ Royal Cornwall Showground Starts 11th April at 3.00pm
End Of Season
SATURDAYS
@ The NEW Mitchell for 2015
End Of Season
SUNDAYS
@ LANHYDROCK
End Of Season
SUNDAYS
@ TRURO Cattle Market all weather location;
Starts - 1.30am
SUNDAYS
@ Mabe END OF SEASON!
End Of Season
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

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YOU MUST NOT SELL any of the following at out Car Boot Sales

WINES, SPIRITS, CIGARETTES, TOBACCO, ANIMALS, FAKE DVD's, CD's or VIDEOS, GUNS, KNIVES, FOOD, CAKES, SANDWICHES, DRINKS, FRUIT, VEGETABLES, CRISPS and SWEETS of any kind, without the express permission of CARBOOTSCORNWALL and with the approval of CORNWALL COUNCIL HEALTH AUTHORITES and TRADING STANDARDS!

 
 
What a PALAVA at Java Palava...MORE DOG TROUBLES!! Should we BAN DOGS?

Saturday at Mitchell

Most customers know of Java Palava who specialize on serving delicious coffee to our customers and their regular appearances at Mitchell and Newquay are certainly a hit with many regulars. Shortly after the start at Mitchell a very irate man came to report the lady at the Java Palava stall for being very rude to him.

It seems JP were busy with serving customers with some taking a sit down break to enjoy their coffee when this man walked up to the stall with a large bag of dog shit and dumped it into the JP bin provided strictly for JP customers. Maria the co-owner saw red demanding that the man take the package of poo out of the catering bin immediately.
He then claimed he was entitled to put the dog shit into the bin as the bin did not have a lid on it which is a total load of bull shit, the bin was in the catering area for catering disposables and the lid was besides the bin
Maria asked him again to remove the bag of poo again he was reluctant so Marie lifted the bag out of the bin put the lid on the bin and said to the man “This is your dog shit take it away” which comments were supported by JPs customers.

In his complaint to me he claimed that he was a qualified chef and in his training if a bin did not have a lid on it then you can put anything you want into the bin which is a total load of bollocks, try explaining that one to the Environmental Health department who would have the power to close down establishments who would allow dog poo to be placed inside their catering and waste bins.

Full compliments to JP in particular Maria who knew her rights but isn’t it a lack of common sense to even contemplate putting dog shit into bins where people are relaxing enjoying drinks and snacks.
Firstly engage brain, if your dog has a crap it is your responsibility to pick up the poo and take it home with you because farmers do not want bags of poo littering the countryside and for the complainant take it home and put it into your wife’s kitchen bin and watch her reaction and the reason you should take it home is because you brought it with you ‘inside the dog’ so it’s your property.

One final thought before we start considering once again to BAN dogs in the selling area is this; Most dog owner exercise their dog either in their own gardens or on their regular walks where the dogs can empty their bladders and bowels so when they arrive at our boot sales they don’t crap everywhere.

Now then, the other dog owners we shall call the ‘lazy sods’ they get up late they rush to get to the Car Boot they rush their dogs into the car and the first bit of grass the effing dogs see is at my Car Boot Sales and the next thing is they want to crap everywhere because it’s the first time in the day the dog gets chance to empty its bowels FFS !

So if you see a dog defecate on my grounds you will also see one hell of a ‘lazy sod’ owner who does not ‘walk the pigging dog’ and from the state and size of some of the owners they need the exercise as well the fat B'stards.

POSTED10/09/2014
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