About the Tamar Historic Transport Club Autojumble.


The event on Friday 10th April, 2020 has been cancelled.

Good Friday Autojumble. There will be many stalls selling all types of autojumble. There will be a separate car park for classic and vintage cars. ENTRY £2. This Auto jumble will start at 9.00 am and close at around 1.30 pm. SO THIS EVENT IS AN EARLY ONE be there by 9.30 ish to avoid disappointment. Stalls can be booked with Ross Wood for £15 for 15ft minimum or £1 per ft after the first 15ft . Phone 01822-860464.

- Ross Wood- Tamar Historic Transport Club      


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Tamar Historic Transport Club Autojumble. Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Ross Wood
  • Organisation: Tamar Historic Transport Club
  • Address: Duchy College, Stoke Climsland, Callington
  • Postcode: PL17 8PB
  • Phone: 01822 860464

Tamar Historic Transport Club Autojumble.

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