Fort Purbrook Cosham Hosts The Annual Portsmouth Boat Jumble.
Sunday 23rd August, 2020
Fort Purbrook, Portsdown Hill Road, Cosham, Portsmouth
Portsmouth Boat Jumble
Open 10.00am to 3.00pm.
Fort Purbrook close to where the A3(M) meets the M27 in Widley hosts the Portsdown Hill Boat Jumble. Close proximity to Chichester, Petersfield, and Southampton make this a highly accessible Boat Jumble event. Run by Chaddock and Fox, the Jumble has successfully operated at Fort Purbrook for many years. Event ground at Peter Ashley Activity Centre, Fort Purbrook.
Organiser : Chaddock and Fox
Telephone : 01329 661 896
Telephone : 07771 962 495
Other Boat Stuff
Boat Jumble related businesses and services in the Portsmouth area include:
- Hayling Marine Services, office located at Wilsons Boatyard, assists clients in selling boats as well as general boat repairs and services.
- Ocean Marine Services based in Premier Marinas, Chichester - West Sussex, offer independent services for yachts and powerboats.
- Madge Marine Services LTD family owned company of repair and maintenance specialists located in Port Solent, Portsmouth, Hampshire.
- C-Line Marine Services in South Hampton is a E-Plex authorised Dealer that provides general marine services since 2013.
Directions To The Event
Use the A3(M) if traveling from the north and exit at Waterlooville Junction 3. Turn right at the sliproad roundabout and pick up the old A3 (London Road) towards Cosham. At the George Inn, just after the underpass turn left towards Fort Widley and the Royal Armories. At the next T-junction keep heading east for half a mile, Fort Purbrook is on the left. If you are traveling from another direction, use the M27 and exit north at Portsmouth. Head north until you meet the B2177, Portsdown Hill Road, Fort Purbrook is on the left if coming from the west.
Use the postcode PO6 1BJ for car navigation systems.
Other Activities Around Fort Purbrook
Apart from taking the chance to look around Fort Purbrook itself, the Royal Armories at Fort Nelson is well worth a visit. Also in the Portchester area is the Ancient Roman Portchester Castle looking into Portsmouth Harbour. To the east, why not try the quaint river village of Bosham - don’t leave your car in the car park when the tide is on the turn! Wander around the village and visit Bosham Quay and the local Arts and Craft Centre.
Accommodation In The Portsmouth Area
The most conveniently located hotel for the Fort Purbrook Boat jumble is probably the Premier Inn located at Junction 5 of the A3(M) - the hotel is a 5-minute drive away. Also, the Oak Tree House B&B in Waterlooville is less than 15 minutes away. On the doorstep camping around Fort Purbrook is a little limited, so if you are thinking of caravanning or camping, be prepared to be situated a little further away. That said, there are many great sites dotted around, especially towards Chichester or north into the South Downs National Park.