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Land Rover Rummage 2017

Date: 14.05.2017 -
Location: Beaulieu, New Forest, Hampshire, SO42 7ZN Beaulieu, New Forest, Hampshire, SO42 7ZN, 0 0


Tucked away in a (not-so) small corner of the Beaulieu’s Spring Autojumble is an area dedicated to one thing; Land Rovers. 

Once known as the Land Rover Sortout, the Land Rover Rummage is taking place on 14th May 2017 in the grounds of the Beaulieu Motor Museum. Whether you’re looking for a whole car, or just a part or two, everything a Land Rover fan could possibly need will be here.

If you’re a big fan of the big car, here’s what to look out for at the Land Rover Rummage:

Park up close and personal

The Land Rover Rummage takes place during Beaulieu’s busy Spring Autojumble. There’s a whole lot to see across the event as a whole, including an Automart, a Dealermart, amateur traders and more. But what if you just want to visit the rummage? Well, don’t worry, Beaulieu has a plan.

You can purchase priority parking to be as close to the Land Rover action as possible. If you do go for priority parking, you’ll need to follow the blue event signs for ‘Exhibitors’ and take that entrance.

If you want to take in everything that’s going on, there’s plenty of space to park and explore the Autojumble.

Stands for all things Land Rover

The rummage will have a huge number of trade stands selling everything you could possibly need for your Land Rover. And if you don’t have a Land Rover, you can buy one of those as well!

Alongside all the traders will be club stands from different Land Rover Clubs around the country. Make sure to check them out and find a club in your area.

If you’re looking to book a stand, head to the exhibitors page on the Beaulieu website to find more information.

Tickets and further information

Advance tickets are £9.70 for adults and £7 for children. On the day, it’s £10.50 for adults, and £7.70 for children. If you’re looking for Land Rover Rummage Priority Parking, it’s an extra £5 (available on the day at the Visitor Reception).

Get your tickets and find out more about the rummage on the Beaulieu website.