Newark Showground, Notts, NG24 2NY

Next Date: 18th November 2018

Newark Autojumble gate queue

Thousands of car and motorcycle enthusiasts from all over the UK...

Trade/Plot Booking/Information

Outside

Outside Trade Plots - 2.5m frontage x 10m depth

Plots available on the day - £20 (includes one vehicle and driver)

Pre-booked plots - £18 (includes one vehicle and driver)

Additional passengers - £7

Simply drive your vehicle on to the plot, open rear doors and trade from the grass area behind

Inside

Inside Trade Plots - 3.6m frontage x 1.8m depth

Pre-booked plots - £36 (includes one vehicle and driver, park outside)

Additional passengers - £7

Tables - £4.50

NOTE: Pre-booking for inside trade plots is essential as these can only be guaranteed when booked and paid for prior to the event.

Info

Gates open for Traders to set up Saturday 1-8pm and Sunday 6.30-9am. Arriving late may mean it is not possible to set up on your pitch. Traders to come to the Blue gate before 8am Sunday, and the Brown gate 8am-9am Sunday.

Indoor pitches are in the large George Stephenson hall (unless of clashing event) which is fully lit, has male, female, and disabled toilets with baby changing, and has the taste cafe.

Outdoor plots are mostly on grass with a few available on hardcore. Outdoor plots are lit with flood-lighting, there are several catering units, first aid, male, female, and disables toilets.

This is the biggest regular Autojumble in the UK, much bigger than Lincoln Autojumble, Stickney Autojumble, and Market Rasen Autojumble.

Testimonial

I’ve been making the pilgrimage to Newark on and off for twenty years, my first visits were in those pre internet days of buying and selling. For many years I arrived with a large van full of used motorcycle parts that I’d fetched from my Essex workshop, and only left once I’d sold the lot! Stack it high and keep it cheap was my jumbling mantra. In later years I joined the online selling bandwagon but still found selling at Newark had plenty of advantages over that auction site!

Being able to sell on mass is the biggest attraction, and if you keep your asking prices sensible you will always do well, having a friendly haggle is also part of the Newark experience.

In recent times I’ve returned to the rumble in the jumble on a regular basis. Newark is much more than just an autojumble, many friendships forged online are cemented at these events. I’ve built up a great network of traders with whom transactions take place at each event. The social side is a major part of Sunday at Newark.

It’s a cost effective way to buy and sell not just motorcycle parts, but also workshop kit and the like.

I look forward to each jumble and it’s definitely one of the more fun ways to conduct business and have some pleasure.

-Scott Redmond