Nestled just below the Forest of Bowland in England is the huge and popular flea market organised and managed by Hoyles Promotions. Clitheroe’s Giant Flea Market was established at this location in 1975, and has grown over the decades into a market with an awesome reputation for both buyers and sellers, and one that is well worth a trip to visit.
The UK has a much loved tradition of car-boot sales and Clitheroe’s Giant Flea Market honors this once a month. In fact, each week there is a different theme to enjoy from vintage clothing to sports and hobbies, though the standard flea market is a weekly constant. The flea market itself holds many antique treasures, and there are a wide variety of goods for sale from old furniture to vintage toys. Whether browsers are well informed antique hunters or casual shoppers looking to enjoy a browse, Clitheroe’s Giant Flea Market will keep everyone entertained.
England is not famous for its glorious weather, but Clitheroe’s Giant Flea Market is open for business what ever the weather conditions. So when every other market gives up due to storms, shopping needs can always be accommodated here! The space is extremely well organised, and a lot of the stalls are set up under cover, so a trip here can always be enjoyed. Parking is free and there are great catering facilities on site, so actually Clitheroe’s Giant Flea Market is a great place to spend a rainy day.
Clitheroe’s Giant Flea Market has an incredibly friendly and helpful atmosphere. All sellers are welcome, whether professional antique dealers or someone who has recently cleared out their house. Spaces are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis and of course it is always advised to arrived as early as possible, for both the best spaces and the best bargains. There is a small fee to enter Clitheroe’s Giant Flea Market, but it is great value and definitely worth it.
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