Covid-19 measures are in place at Carew Market & Carboot sale for the safety of all.

Please familiarise yourself with the rules & guidelines to keep all tenants, traders and customers safe for when we re- open.




About Carew Market


Carew Market began in 1978 and is now known as one of Wales' most established Markets and well-loved sites here in South West Wales.

We are situated just outside the beautiful seaside town of Tenby and ideally located just off the A477 roundabout.


We are open every Sunday, whatever the weather, including Bank Holiday Mondays.

Offering a variety of indoor & outdoor stalls, fresh fruit & veg,  hot food & drinks, children's entertainment, tools & homewear, pet stalls and a large variety of weekly car booters - offering a range of bargains and gems to be found. 


Car boot sales are a great way to reduce waste and re-use items which might usually get thrown away... Just because something has no use to you, it may be useful to the next person.


Come and have a look one Sunday, we offer FREE PARKING and there's lots to be seen.



  • Public entry: 7 am
  • Masks to be worn while inside (unless under 11 years of age or exemption applies)
  • Follow the one way system by followin the yellow arrows inside the Pavilion
  • Clear signage will be in place for information 
  • Social distancing at all times 
  • Sanitiser points will be in place for entry & exit use
  • Traders will be responsible for the safety & cleaniness of all items being sold & handled on their stalls
  • Cash payments only 



  • Carboot entry: 6 am  - No booking required
  • Marshalls will be on site to direct carbooters into the field to pitch their stall 
  • Sanitiser points will be in place for entry 
  • Carbooters will be responsible for the safety & cleaniness of all items being sold and handled on their stalls
  • We also recommend bringing your own personal sanitisers, along with gloves or face masks for additional safety 



  • £10  CAR
  • £15 - £20  LARGE VANS/TRAILERS -  Market Toby's discretion
  • Cash payments only


  • Toilet facilities open (access via the external doors only)
  • We ask you to only use the facilities if a real must
  • Toilet facilities will be cleaned and monitored regularly 
  • No more than 2 people at a time per gender block
  • Please take responsibility for your own safety and hygiene while using the facilities



The following ARE NOT ALLOWED to be sold or brought to site;

  • Counterfeit goods 
  • Stolen goods
  • Live animals
  • Real, replica or toy guns, or dangerous weapons
  • Fireworks or anything that can cause fire
  • Cigarettes, tobacco, alcohol or illegal substances



  • Following our social distancing guidelines to keep yourselves and others safe during your visit is everyone’s responsibility.
  • We’ve followed government and industry guidance and we’ll be staying on top of changes as and when they’re introduced.
  • Parents are responsible for ensuring their children follow guidelines.
  • Any suggestions you have or anything you see during your visit to Carew Market that concerns you, please feel free to get in touch. 



  • We do not provide tables so you might like to bring your own table, clothes rail, ground sheet or boxes to present items in. You can arrange your items on a tablecloth, it always looks more appealing than straight onto a table but it is not necessary.


  • Bring lots of small change so you are prepared for a sale and be prepared for bartering. If you have any, carrier bags and newspaper are also handy to wrap items in.


  • Check the weather forecast before you set off to ensure you have the right clothing etc. We have a large outdoor area for pitches and we find our sellers actually sell more when the weather isn’t blazing hot and sunny.


  • Make sure if you sell electrical items that they work, are safe and have plugs on. Strictly no electrical testing in the Carew Pavilion Building. 


  • It’s a good idea to do your selling with a companion, then you have the freedom to take turns to visit the loo or get food/drinks or generally have a look around and pick up that bargain.


  • Always be aware of unscrupulous people, as Car Boot Sales are no different to anywhere else in society. Keep your money on you and keep a look out on your table. Also keep your unused car doors locked.


  • When selling childrens clothes box items into sizes so shoppers can go straight to what they are looking for.


  • Good idea to bring a plastic sheet in case it rains to just throw over your table, then you can start selling again as soon as it stops.


We pride ourselves on our excellent facilities here at Carew Market which sets us apart from other car boot sales and markets. See what we offer below;


  • Free parking 
  • Free entry
  • Indoor & outdoor pitches
  • Large car boot field - no booking required
  • Hot food & drinks
  • Permanent toilets, cleaned reguarly 
  • Wheelchair and mobility scooter friendly
  • Dog Friendly - on a short lead
  • Children's entertainment 
  • Ice Cream Van
  • Regular food stalls including a butchers, greengrocer & bakery. 



Due to insurance purposes, strictly no learner drivers at Carew Airfield Business Park. 



Simon at Fast-Track Driving School for learner driver lessons.

Ages 14-17 driving lessons offered here at Carew Airfield Busienss Park.



  • Collect all rubbish from your area
  • Take large items home with you
  • Do not litter - Bins are provided for the public
  • Any littering will be classed as fly tipping and reported to Litter Enforcement
  • CCTV monitored site
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