£8 – adult one day for Friday
£5 – adult one day for Saturday
(Closing date for advance ticket sales is 23:59 on Sunday, 28 August 2016)
Check out the Carole Nash Eurojumble 2016 event page for updates and book your tickets now – prices are £1 cheaper in advance!
On the gate
£9 – adult one day for Friday
£12 – adult one day for Friday, with ‘early bird’ entry
£6 – adult one day for Saturday
£10 – adult one day for Saturday, with ‘early bird’ entry
Children under 12 attend for FREE
No charge for parking
Opening times: Friday, 2 September 2016 – Saturday, 3 September 2016
Address: Meadowmead Farm, Ringwood Rd, Netley Marsh, Hampshire, SO40 7GY
Bag some swag at the Carole Nash Eurojumble 2016
If you’re hell-bent for leather but only at bargain prices, you won’t want to miss the 23rd Carole Nash Eurojumble 2016.
Blasting off in Hampshire this September, the eurojumble is the place to be if you’re looking to pick up a new set of leathers – and pretty much anything else bike-related – at rock-bottom prices.
A veritable treasure trove of goodies will be on display at Meadowmead Farm over September 2nd and 3rd, from tyres to tinware and engines to oil. The 23rd instalment of the Carole Nash Eurojumble promises to be the biggest and best yet!
What’s on at the Carole Nash Eurojumble 2016?
The Carole Nash Eurojumble is one of the biggest bike autojumbles in the UK. You can expect an abundance of trade stalls to browse for that perfect bargain.
Anything and everything bike-related will be on sale, including rare items you might not be able to pick up on the high street or at your local dealers, so don’t miss out on the opportunity to find that perfect part and finish off a project!
The best prices can be found in the Garage Clearout area, where visitors are invited to set up their own stalls of odds and ends to sell. Elsewhere, you can browse goodies from all around the globe, as traders flock from near and far to sell their biking-related wares.
Exciting exhibits at Eurojumble 2016
As well as boundless bargains to browse, you can feast your eyes on a variety of exciting exhibits on show from motorcycle clubs up and down the country. Think custom-built bikes, one-off and special edition machines and all sorts of gadgets to admire in-between.
Last year, an auction was added to the event’s line-up, and rumour has it that the popular feature will return in 2016. Pulses will rise as the hammer falls on a wide variety of lots – last year’s standout lots included a 1938 water-cooled SOS and a 1973 Norton Commando, but the show was stolen by the 1912 Pierce 600cc single with a jaw-dropping value of £50,000 to £60,000.
If you can’t stretch that far, don’t despair – there will still be plenty to purchase at pocket money prices!