I found this place to be really good. Yes it is a bit rough and ready, but then again, it is a flea market, what do you expect? If you like a groomed sales assistant calling you Sir, then there are other antique markets you should visit and pay the premium for being treated like in the Harry Enfield's sketch... The reason i love this place is that every time i visit, i see, and often wish i had bought, even if i have no room for it, so many stunning gems: a french cast iron farm stove, g-plan sideboard (was at the time the fraction of today's prices, and that was only 2-3 years ago!), an outdoor walking stick (maybe circa 1940s) thingy that convert into a seat - genus design and so quirky. Also i have recently had my 60's turntable/LP player serviced there by a chap called Mark - I mean, where else would you find someone who knows everything there is to know about 60's Pye model? So please, this is not a car boot or a brick a brack. People there know how to and do restore furniture and other stuff - they are experts. I found the seller, on the whole, knowledgeable and happy to talk, as well as happy to let you browse. If you genuinely want to find some little gems, that's your place.