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Dewsbury Rams Car Boot
Owl Lane
Shaw Cross

Dewsbury
West Yorkshire

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One of the biggest Sunday Markets / Car Boot Sales in West Yorkshire is held each and every Sunday at the ground of Dewsbury Rams Rugby League Club at Owl Lane, Shaw Cross, Dewsbury WF12 7RH for the benefit of the Dewsbury Rams Community Trust - which raises funds for the Community Development work of the Club.

There is plenty of space for buyers and sellers and the site is located just two minutes' drive from both J40 M1 and J28 M62. It is easily accessible from Ossett, Batley and Dewsbury town centres as well as the motrway network..

The fee is currently 11 for cars, 15 for vans with an extra 2 for a trailer. There is no charge for buyers and there is plenty of parking both on the site itself and in the adjacent industrial estate.

Opening times are 6.00 am during GMT and 5.00 am during BST - both with a noon close. There is ample hard standing area with excellent catering and toilet facilities in the Stadium itself.

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