About the Taunton Autojumble

to be held Saturday 22nd August, 2020.

Situated off the A39 a short distance from M5, junc.23. An autojumble to sell anything transport related. A large tarmac area, generous pitch sizes, with a clubhouse serving food and drink. Pitches from £10 for a car to £20 van with trailer. Admission from 8am only £2, and all proceeds will be going to Dorchester County Hospital Chemotherapy Appeal. Keep an eye on current event regulations, and phone to check if in doubt.

- Pete Dear- Self      


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Sat Nav Longitude and Latitude Co-ordinates:

-2.953311 (LONG) // 51.171730 (LAT)

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Taunton Autojumble Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Pete Dear
  • Organisation: Self
  • Address: 37 Club, Woolavington Road, Puriton, Bridgwater
  • Postcode: TA7 8AD
  • Phone: 07977643852

Taunton Autojumble

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