Located just off the A4 Bath Road is Thatcham Memorial Ground, home to Thatcham's biggest weekly boot sale.

We would like to thank sellers and buyers visiting Thatcham Car Boot sale. The event provides vital funds for Thatcham Memorial Hall & Playing Fields (charity number 300214).

Sellers can arrive any time after 07.00 (please do not arrive before this time as we need time to setup). Buyers will be let in at 08.30 so get there early if you want time to set up and grab a coffee from the catering van. We run every Sunday from spring until the beginning of winter (weather permitting).

There are trained first aiders no site (look for the green high viz) as well as a community defibrilator should you be overwhelmed by bargains. Toilets are in the main hall and consist of separate male/female as well as dedicated disabled facilities.

We have space for 150+ sellers and parking for 250+ buyer vehicles. The memorial car park (by the tennis courts) is 50p for two hours, the council car park (by the cricket club) is free on Sundays and the overflow car park is free after 9am (it does not open until 9am due to health and safety reasons). For more information on available parking click here.

If you are a buyer please remember to park sensibly, it does get very busy but if you are struggling to find a space contact a marshall who will try to help but cannot work miracles :). We have a large overflow car park open from 9am as well as limited disabled spaces. There is a nursing home in the area so please do not use their private car park or parking by the entrance to ensure they have access for medical vehicles at all times.

Sellers are not permitted to sell illegal, hazardous or products that are not suitable to be displayed at a family based event.

Prohibited items include but are not limited to alcohol, tobacco products, firearms, fireworks, knives or weapons, explicit material, livestock and counterfeit or stolen items. If such items are found on display they will be asked to remove them from sale. If a seller is found to be displaying counterfeit, contraband or stolen items staff will take your registration number and contact the police or trading standards (this is a legal requirement).