Chiswick Car Boot Sale Announces Planned Reopening Date

Market to resume on the first Sunday of July

The Chiswick Car Boot Sale is one of the largest of its kind

The Chiswick School Parent Teachers Association and Car Boot Sale Volunteers have announced that it is planned to resume their monthly event in July.

After more than a year’s absence the popular event opens again on Sunday 4 July assuming no change in coronavirus regulations.

The organisers are anticipating a busy market with lots of sellers likely to attend items accumulated over lockdown.

Guidelines would have allowed the market to start earlier but, given the size of the event, it was decided to wait until July. July. The wearing of facemasks will be encouraged and sanitising stations will be available on site during the sale for your use.

A statement from the organisers said, “We are very excited about welcoming back our regular sellers and buyers and seeing some new faces too. The event will take place on the school grounds as before, with pitch fees being the same price, depending on the size of your vehicle. Walk-in sellers are also very welcome. Pitches will be granted on a first come, first served basis.”

All money raised from the entrance fees goes to Chiswick School PTA, which has been instrumental in supporting many students and families in the school community during the last year.

For more details on the prices, rules and FAQs, go to the Chiswick Car Boot Sale web site.

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June 3, 2021