4×4 And Vintage Spares..2022

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02/10/2022 All day
Newbury Showground
Phone:01635 015 788
Address: Newbury Showground, Priors Court, Hermitage, Thatcham, RG18 9QZ

4x4 And Vintage Spares.

Newbury Showground, Chieveley, Berkshire, RG18 9QZ 

The Big event!    Over 25 acres of space with hundreds of indoor and outdoor stands.

This event is the Largest Land Rover autojumble / spares day in Europe with a large vintage section alongside.

The perfect day out for the motoring aficionado and petrol head. We are proud to host this huge event. Whether you are shopping for that perfect part or want to bag a bargain the Newbury 4 x 4 spares day is the biggest event of its kind.

The 4 x 4 section includes new, used and obsolete old stock and Land Rover spares from all eras. There’s clothing, new tools, ex army surplus and equipment, off road accessories, roof tents and camping equipment.

There’s also dealer and yard clear outs plus vehicle sales.

The vintage section includes new, used, old stock agrijumble, old tools, farm memorabilia, shed and yard clearouts, tractor and machinery parts as well as stationary engine spares.

Browse classic car and van spares and autojumble, plus anything motoring related!

Online trader and admission tickets coming soon.

What you need to know:

Where: Newbury Showground, Chieveley, Newbury, RG18 9QZ.

When: Sunday 10th April 2022

Times: 9:30am – 2:00pm

Prices: Admission adults £7.50 in advance and £10 on the day. Accompanied children 15 and under are free. Book online for discounted fast track admission tickets.

Tickets: Visitors to the shows (and traders) can prebook tickets online with a card, or pay on the day with cash. You can pre-book your tickets through this website and either print off your tickets and bring them with you, or we can scan your email ticket from your phone. You’ll be able to pre book your tickets up until the event day itself. You can also pay on the gate. Please note, this is cash only and it would be helpful if you could bring the bring correct change. Thank you.

Additional visitor info: Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome. Free and ample parking. Strictly no visitor camping.

Directions: Newbury Showground is located a short drive north from Junction 13, M4/A34 interchange.

Indoor Plots: Indoor drive in plots are large:  6m frontage x 5m deep and priced at £60. All indoor plots pre-booking is essential to guarantee your space. On the morning of the event, if there are any remaining plots, they will be available at £70.

Outdoor Plots: Outdoor plots booked at the event are £40. Plots can prebooked and are available at the discounted rate of £35 each.  This is for any size you require (within reason) and also admits 2 adults with / without a trailer. Extra adults are subject to normal admission and must all arrive together. Prebooking is advisable to avoid disappointment and secure your space.

Set Up: On event day, stall holder access is between 6.45am – 9am. On the day before, stall holder build up access runs from 1pm – 6pm. Camping for stall holders is available. Please call for details.

ovid Information: This show will be covid compliant. Always check final event details before planning your day or travelling to an event.

Contact Details: email steve.miller@warnersgroup.co.uk or leave a private message on our Facebook page.

Website: www.4x4sparesday.co.uk
Tel: 07586 023248

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