Topic: Boat jumble sale???


Stewart02    -- Nov-8-2005 @ 10:23 PM
  Hi all,
anybody know when or where the next broads boat jumble is? I went to one at Horning last year, exellent, need a few bits. Mud weight, antifoul paint, fenders.
Cheers
Stewart
PS sorry for the unusual photo. New addition to the crew.


kfurbank    -- Nov-8-2005 @ 11:11 PM
  Stewart, don't know of any specifically in the Broads area, but this site may be of use http://www.boatjumbleassociation.co.uk/

Keith


bricktopsboss    -- Nov-8-2005 @ 11:31 PM
  Its lovely whats its name and can I have one to annoy the cats?? Evil Grin

Regards Bern.
I told you the boat had no brakes !!!!!!!!!


Japonica    -- Nov-9-2005 @ 12:15 PM
  Hi Stewart,
I believe the Woods Dyke Auction, which is held the
first or second Thursday of each month has now ended
until the start of the next season. Will try and find
out the exact date for the first one, which, being the
first of the year is held on a Saturday. This is the
one I find the best as a lot of gear turns up after
the winter refit on boats!! Later on during the year,
think March or April is the Norfolk Boat Jumble held
at the Norfolk Showground, and every now and again
there is a small jumble held at The Museum of the
Broads, usually on a Sunday.
Mat


AdnamsGirl    -- Nov-9-2005 @ 12:26 PM
  Aaah....Bless! (That's to the photo, not the boat jumble by the way)

Bern, you're mean  Smile  In my experience there's enough that annoys cats already without introducing something else. Like not being given fresh food EVERY hour, like being hauled off of the curtains for the 15th time that day, like owners not being delighted by the live rat that they have just let go in your kitchen...etc etc  Playful


Carol


Stewart02    -- Nov-9-2005 @ 7:36 PM
  He is a she, Lucy,Caviler King Charles Spaniel and a typical woman. Sorry male shovanist pig comment. At the moment the cat is chasing her. Back to the boat jumble. Could do with a weekend sale as I live 200 miles away.
Stewart


snipe    -- Nov-9-2005 @ 8:01 PM
  hallo
re boat jumbles.Ireands hold a boat jumble twice a
year at Wroxham-in Roys'car park(near the railway
station) in March & October.Be warned take toyr
oilskins it usually rains!See the EDP for dates.
Snipe


Paul    -- Nov-9-2005 @ 10:12 PM
  Everyone's already answered with all of the Jumbles & Auctions that I know about, the only thing I would add is that the twice yearly event at the Bure Valley railway car park at Wroxham is an auction, not a jumble.  Smile

(And although past sales have been pretty good, the last Autumn one wasn't very good at all, with a much reduced choice of lots. I think eBay is taking it's toll there as at Woods Dyke....)


bricktopsboss    -- Nov-10-2005 @ 11:22 PM
  Carole my cats love dogs and that one's like a neighbours dog also a King Charles called Toby who also loves the cats (mutual grooming sessions).Lucy looks adorable  how old is she?As to boat jumbles perhaps we'll see some of you around next season as boats always need a tune up
Blush

Regards Bern.
I told you the boat had no brakes !!!!!!!!!


Holtpioneer    -- Feb-14-2006 @ 5:54 PM
  The annual Norfolk Boat Jumble with around 120 stands is at the Royal Norfolk Showground on Sunday April 2nd this year.Lots of used equipment as well as new! More details 01485 541566

Roger


steve    -- Feb-14-2006 @ 6:11 PM
  hi all ,
heres a link to this years boat jumble sale dates and loctaions
www.the-norfolk-broads.co.uk/viewmessages.cfm?forum=22&topic=3163
cheers  

steve and vicky


expilot    -- Feb-15-2006 @ 12:09 AM
  Annual Boat and Fishing Jumble, Sunday 7th May, Museum of the Broads, Poors Staithe, Stalham 8.00 a.m. until noom.  Further details 01692 670754

"There are old pilots.  There are bold pilots............."


bricktopsboss    -- Mar-14-2006 @ 11:05 PM
  Stewart02  any new photo's of Lucy availiable?  She must be a lot bigger now!!!!!!!!!!!
P S hope to be a Woods Dyke on sat
Regards Bern.
I told you the boat had no brakes !!!!!!!!!

This message was edited by bricktopsboss on Mar-14-06 @ 11:07 PM


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