The next Car Boot Sales will be on the following Sundays in 2018:
8.00 am to 2.00 pm
Because of the popularity of the event it is advisable to book your pitch well in advance.
Only pre-bookings by website will be accepted. Contact www.freesia-events.com
In the car parks in front of the Salou Town Hall – c/Arquitecte Ubach & Ametl.la del Mar. Entrance on C/Pere Gales, in front of the CAP. Vehicles – entrance 08.00-09.00 by C/Pere de Gales (beside the CAP).
In case of rain, we will decide on the morning of the Car Boot, not before.
Book your pitch for €10 – 4m x 3m – sufficient for a standard car & a table of 2m. NO BLANKETS OR SHEETS ON THE GROUND!! TRAILERS AND LARGE VANS NOT ADMITTED.
You will then receive a confirmation and a booking number. Your full name, NIF, NIE or passport number must be supplied, plus a contact telephone number and e-mail address.
ALL RUBBISH MUST BE REMOVED BEFORE LEAVING THE PITCH. THOSE WHO DON’T COMPLY WILL BE REFUSED FUTURE ADMITTANCE
All pitch proceeds go to FREESIA GROUP FOR CANCER CHARITIES. All profits on sales are yours!
Information re Car Boot Sales organised by The Freesia Group
Most of us know the concept behind car boot sales after years of experience in the UK. Unfortunately this is not the case with many of our interested participants over here. To avoid future problems this to all potential interested car booters.
A car boot sale is where an organisation rents out plots on a site for the purpose of selling THEIR OWN USED GOODS FROM THE BOOT OF THEIR CAR TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC. The police have asked us to appeal to everyone not to take clothes from the clothes containers.
In our case we have received the permission of the Salou Town Hall to hold these sales and we reserve the right to accept or refuse permission of entry.
The Plots. The plots are 4m wide and 3m deep, sufficient to hold a normal size car (parked vertically with the table next to it) and a table of 2m. The cost is 10 Euros, which goes to the Freesia Group and then to the three charities that we support (see information below). Any larger vehicles will be charged accordingly. A table or a clothes rail is acceptable within the 4m x 3m area.
What you can sell – this is a car boot sale and not a market. The items for sale must be personally owned by the seller and should be second hand. Traders/market traders are strictly not allowed. All sellers must take total responsibility for the items they are selling and sign a disclaimer to state that they are the rightful owners of the goods and that none are stolen.
The area is open to the public from 10 am till 2 pm and to the sellers from 8 am. Area 1 is the main area (c/ Ametl.la del Mar and will take about 70 sellers). The second area is the continuation of this street (Arquitecta Ubach). Bookings are on a strictly first come, first served basis, and anybody turning up on the day without a pre-booking will not be allocated a spot until all pre-booked sellers are in situ. The 10 Euro fee is payable at the entrance.
All sellers must clear up after themselves – bins are available across the road. The public toilets in the bar of the Sports Pavillion are open. The local police will be patrolling and on hand to move on any persons not complying with these rules.
Publicity. A4 and A5 posters are available for promotion and will be sent to all participants to copy and distribute as they wish. Information is sent to all local press and backed-up by the press department of the Town Hall. An event is set-up in the social media – Facebook and Twitter, and publicised on the Freesia Group and Town Hall websites. Any extra publicity is welcome. Volunteers are needed to hand out posters.
About the Freesia Group. A totally legally registered, Salou based, non-profit organisation, founded in 2002/3, raising money for cancer charities in Spain. All profits go to the three cancer charities we support – the AECC in Tarragona, CNIO in Madrid and AFANOC in Tarragona. The group is run by a local team of VOLUNTEERS, giving their own valuable time and energy for this very worthy cause. Freesia volunteers organise the event, put up posters, collect the money, control the sellers, man the food, drink and the Freesia stalls, etc.
This is a small social charity event and NOT a market. All the money collected goes to cancer charities and the ambiance of the event should be based on this.
The Freesia Group