Bargain hunters will be at the ready for Sunday's Car Boot Sale in the D-Day Story Car Park in Southsea, Hampshire, this weekend.
It's their second winter one, with the first one held last month, to see if there was an appetite to brave the cold to grab a bargain. The car boot sale is free to enter for buyers and is open from 7.30am - 12noon. Sadly, there is no parking on site, but as always plenty on the seafront and visitors are encouraged to walk, cycle or use public transport, where possible.
A selection of hot and cold food and drinks will be available on site. For sellers arrival is between 6.30am - 8.30am, with pitches costing just £5. There is no need to pre-book.
If you are attending a reminder that Southsea Coastal Scheme is being completed, which means works areas around Southsea Castle, has a footpath diversion in place on the landward side in front of the D-Day Museum, Blue Reef and the Pyramids, running across Clarence Esplanade. There is still access to the Rock Gardens, Castle Field and the ramparts around the Castle for walking and the car park itself is unaffected.