Corby Town Football Club will be holding our next car boot sale inside Steel Park on Sunday 20th May, from 7am-1pm.
So whether you are wanting to sell your unwanted items, or are looking for a bargain then get yourself to Corby Town and support your local football club.
There is ample free parking outside the stadium for buyers, with entry just 50p for adults and free for under 16's.
The stadium, which hosts car boot sales fortnightly has toilets on site, including disabled facilities. There are also refreshments available including teas, coffees and breakfasts.
The car boot sale is all hard standing, meaning it is the perfect family morning out regardless of the weather.
Sellers Admission Prices:
Cars - £5Vans - £7 Traders - £10
All are welcome and we look forward to seeing you.
Gates open at 7.00am.
Contact 07411610635 for further details.
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