The Paignton Pursuit Car Boot Sale

This was a one off sale that has passed. See other links for other Sunday 12th April, 2020 car boots.

See the notes below.


The car boot sale was held as a one off. We don't have another date just yet - check back regularly to see if it will be held again.

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A little bit more about the Car Boot Sale :

The Paignton Pursuit Indoor / Outdoor Boot Sale was a one off sale which has already passed. Contact and other details are no longer available.


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The Paignton Pursuit Car Boot Sale Contact Details

  • Contact Person: [Removed]
  • Organisation: [Removed]
  • Address: Paignton, Devon.
  • Postcode: TQ4 6AA
  • Phone: [Removed]

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