Close enough to give it a try Malcolm. I did just one Beaulieu Autojumble, as I recall there were a number of model sellers in a marquee and a few more hardy souls (like me) with pitches out amongst the rusty Austin 7 back axles and ancient petrol pumps. An awful lot of walking is involved though...
I'm familiar with the Boat Jumble which occupies much the same space so am all-too familiar with the walking. I've a couple of hundred models to sell, mostly 1:43rd but also some old (unboxed) Dinkies and am wondering if it's the place to shift them. As has so often been remarked here eBay prices, for a seller, are somewhat hit-and-miss, to say the least.
Understand me - this is strictly a one-off exercise. I am not, repeat not, going into the model business!
The cost of a stand in the covered marquee is silly - £135 - for what I have in mind; the cost of an outdoor pitch (which is what we use at the BJ) is £60, but I'm not sure that my limited stock would sustain two days. They have what they call a Trunk Traders area, a sort of car boot sale, on the Sunday, cost of a pitch is £20 and that might suit me.
As you say: it's just up the road from me while my nearest true toy fair is probably Shepton or Kempton Park