Didn't find anything on my list
It was OK though, not too many stalls selling just new stuff, and a few vendors selling out of the back of their cars, which is where you find the bargains.
However the use of a public car park and the charges involved does ramp up the cost of getting in, turning a £4 entry into at least a £5.60 entry, which was a shame.
Didn't see him, but I know Biff was there as I parked next to the unmistakeable Biff-truck.
There are not many vehicles that make the D3 look small and he was lucky to find a space with grass behind it to park the other half of it on