Kilcully Car Boot Sale

Possible* date for car boot sale : Sunday 14th June, 2020.

* no firm dates have been provided by the organiser, make sure you call ahead before setting off.

Unconfirmed Status: Please contact the organiser directly for more information and to find out when it will be held next.     


A little bit more about the Car Boot Sale :

The Kilcully Outdoor Boot Sale : Sellers should arrive at 8.30am, and buying begins from 9.00am. The boot sale is organised by Kilcully Scouts, who can be reached on (087) 272 9108. Please contact them to check the boot sale is going ahead.

This Year's Dates :

23rd February, 2020, 22nd March, 2020, 19th April, 2020, 17th May, 2020, 14th June, 2020, 12th July, 2020, 9th August, 2020, 13th September, 2020, 4th October, 2020, 1st November, 2020.

Additional Information :

Traders €10 (Extra fees may apply in certain cases) - Customers €2 per Adult, children free. At the Grotto in Blackpool go right, up Dublin Hill and keep going until you reach the Y junction at The Black Man pub. Take the left fork and at the bottom of the hill go left at the sign for the Cemetry (sign on right side of road). Follow this road and park in parking area next to the graveyard. The Campsite is across the road. If you are a trader queue at the marked gate to enter site.

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Kilcully Car Boot Sale Contact Details

  • Contact Person: [not provided]
  • Organisation: Kilcully Scouts
  • Address: Kilcully, County Cork.
  • Postcode: V74VR-C7K
  • Phone: (087) 272 9108

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