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Stoke Newington Car Boot Sale

Shopping, Bookshops Dalston
4 out of 5 stars
(5user reviews)

Forget the idea of car boot sales being fusty and dusty, the Princess May draws an uber trendy Stoke Newington crowd at its lively sale for vintage and valuables. One lucky shopper we spoke to made off with a £6 Prince Charles mug by Luck & Flaw (the creators of Spitting Images) that was later valued at £100. There's a great choice of vintage costume jewellery and coins, and a delicious weekly BBQ on site during summer months.


Venue name: Stoke Newington Car Boot Sale
Address: Princess May School
Princess May Road
N16 8DF
Opening hours: Open 9am-2pm Sat and Sun (except Easter, Christmas and New Year - please check availability during these times)
Transport: Tube: Dalston Kingsland rail
Price: £3 before 9am, 50p thereafter
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Average User Rating

4 / 5

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Buying here is great but selling is a nightmare. The woman who runs the car boot is totally unreasonable, really aggressive and rules with an iron fist! It's fun to go there to buy things but avoid selling if you want to have a peasant weekend experience.


Me and my wife were moving house to down size and had a large variety of goods, we hired a van and booked our self a selling spot for £20. The staff guided us to our area and we set up to sell, we were taken back buy the amount of people that swarmed us The staff noticed and asked the shoppers to give us some more time to set up. we had a great day and found that there is a real community feel about this car boot. (THE BURGERS ARE AMAZING). Great bootsale.

Staff was lovely and funny - tea and coffee lady is an absolute winner.

Unfortunately a local prick decided to go through our stand and push our clothes aside - and then yelled profanity towards us until staff told him off. He sells bike parts and should be avoided (or better - banned!)

I went to visit this market after It was recommended to me. Hope fully I will be going there soon to sell on some goodies to the public myself.

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