8 best sales from the car in London on Easter weekend

Prepare for global shopping, because the upcoming Easter weekend is an ideal time for economical shopping.

In London there are a lot of sales from cars, where you can buy vintage clothes, dishes, books and antiques. Sales from cars are an excellent way to support the local community, with most of the proceeds going to charity and school support.

On the Easter weekend there will be a number of sales from the cars, so at least one of them will be located near your house. Take some cash and get ready for an exciting weekend.

St Augustine's School Car Boot Sale

What to expect: unusual kitchen utensils, vintage clothing and many trinkets. There are rumors that the model Agnes Deyn bought all of her clothes right here before becoming a famous fashion model.

Address: Kilburn Park Rd, North Maida Vale, London NW6 5XA.

Opening hours: Friday, Sunday, Monday - closed, Saturday from 7:30 to 23:00.

Admission: £4 from 7:30 to 11:00, then - 50 pennies.

Chiswick Car Boot Sale

What to expect: the sale is famous for its rich choice of interior items, vintage cutlery, retro clothes and works of art.

Address: Staveley Rd, Chiswick, London W4 3UN.

Opening hours: Friday, Saturday, Monday - closed, Sunday from 6:30 to 12:30.

Admission: £1. Children under 12 years - free of charge.

Princess May Car Boot Sale

What to expect: the sale combines the sale of new and old things. Buyers are offered a large selection of tools for DIY, cutlery, art objects and retro technology, including radios and vinyl records. There are also many points with street food and drinks on the market.

Address: Princess May School, Stoke Newington, London N16 8DF.

Opening hours: Friday, Monday - closed, Saturday-Sunday from 7:00 to 14:00.

Admission: £3 from 7:00 to 9:00, then - 50 pennies.

Hounslow West Market / Car Boot

What to expect: real treasures - many books of old publications, antique furniture and electronics.

Address: London Transport Station Car Park, Bath Road, Hounslow TW3 3DH.

Opening hours: Friday, Monday - closed, Saturday from 7:00 to 17:00, Sunday from 7:00 to 15:00.

Entry fee: £3 to 8:30, then - £1.

Holloway Car Boot Sale

What to expect: the sale includes a wide range of everyday things, clothes, furniture, as well as old objects and cutlery.

Address: Holloway Road, London N7 6LJ.

Opening hours: Friday, Monday - closed, Saturday from 8:00 to 16:00, Sunday from 10:00 to 14:30.

The entrance is free.

Bishops Stortford Car Boot Sale

What to expect: here you can find many everyday items. Also a huge selection of children's toys is presented.

Address: Bishop Stortford Train Station, Anchor Street, CM23 3BP.

Opening hours: Friday, Saturday, Monday - closed, Sunday from 11:30 to 16:00.

Admission is free after 12:00.

Queensmead Giant Car Boot Sale Ruislip

What to expect: along with a huge number of different products, amazing burgers are cooked here and delicious beer is poured. So here you can go just to have a good snack.

Address: Victoria Rd, HA4 0JE Ruislip, Slough.

Opening hours: Friday, Saturday, Monday - closed, Sunday from 7:00 to 13:00.

Admission: £2 to 8:00, then - £1.

Uxbridge Giant Car Boot Sale

What to expect: firstly, a lot of antiques and household items, and secondly, amazing street food, coffee and beer.

Address: Park Road, Uxbridge UB8 1NS.

Opening hours: Friday, Saturday, Sunday - closed, Monday from 7:00 to 17:00.

Admission: £2 to 8:00, then - £1. Children under 16 years enter for free.

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