BALDOCK BOOT SALE
April to October since 1992!
NO PRICE RISES FOR PITCH FEES in 2013!
Prices kept the same as last year
Cars and Small Vans £10
Large Vans £12
Still no restrictions on pitch size!
(even more good news!)
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The Baldock Boot Sale
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Why Choose Our Bootsale?
Since we first opened in 1992 our aim has been to provide a service that is different to most other boot sales.
We Pride Ourselves in Having:
NO RESTRICTION on size of pitch
NO EXTRA CHARGES for larger pitches
NO SPECIAL PITCH FEE to be near the Burger Van or Loos
NO HIDDEN CHARGES for larger cars
FREE PARKING for buyers
FREE ENTRY for children, dogs, adults and aliens!
We also have
CLEAN TOILETS That are contract serviced before every boot sale
(we use them too!)
BEAUTIFUL SCENERY not an industrial wasteland or railway station car park
FRIENDLY BUYERS AND SELLERS
WE LOOK FORWARD TO MEETING YOU!
Our Clean Toilets (So clean we use them ourselves!)
Ring the Bootphone (not the BAT-PHONE)
07852 70 70 74
Sorry: No Vacancies for Catering Units!
Bootsale E-mail enquires:
farmergiles (at) u-boot.co.uk
(please replace (at) with @ when sending!)
We try our very best to answer all E-mails within the shortest possible time. However at certain times in the year we are very busy on the farm so would ask you to be patient.
Some very sad news
Steve, who along with his wife Trish, provided the catering at the car boot sales for many years, died suddenly at the end of last October, aged just 47.
A keen Arsenal supporter with a sense of humour to match, Steve always had a smiling face and a kind word for all. To Steve his family were everything, our condolences, thoughts and prayers are with them all.
Farmer Giles writes:
I owe Steve a debt that I could never repay. When my son was killed it was his kindness, empathy and humour that helped to pull me through a very dark time. One his enduring qualities was that he not only took the mickey out of others, he also knew how to take it and enjoyed taking it too. The world was a happier place with him here and a much poorer place now he's gone.