Do vintage and vehicles get you hot under the bonnet? If so, the Classic Car Boot Sale at Lewis Cubitt Square has your name scrawled in hot oil all over it.
Over 100 traders will flip open their boots, selling a curated mix of vintage fashion, accessories and homewares in what’s set to be a Mecca for aspiring David Dickinsons; studious collectors; and hipster creatives … whilst motor-heads can expect to get their fix from the Guinness Book of Records’ smallest production car, London’s oldest taxi — as well as a selection of classic cars, buses, campervans and bikes.
Food will be served from food trucks and camper vans — My Pie and Kimchimary are newbies on the parking block — a vinyl-only selection of tunes will be spun from an open-air Routemaster bus and performances including Tom Carradine’s Cockney Sing Along will keep the punters happy. Expect to revel amongst plenty of braces and flat caps.
Tickets are available on the door for £5