Classic cars stand in Weston Park
The organizers of the July 11th event say they have made two major changes to the process for visiting, booking and exhibiting Classic Shows events across the region, given the uncertainty caused by Covid-19.
On this day, which is organized by Classic Shows, more than 500 oldtimers, classic and modern oldtimers and motorcycles are shown.
In addition, there is a special topic of classic commercials and an exclusive selection of classic vans, trucks, buses and other hard-to-find commercial vehicles from previous years.
The prestigious Pride of Ownership, Club of the Show and Car of the Show awards will be presented by the jury on this day.
A Classic Shows spokesperson said visitors must book in advance through classicshows.org.
“It is not necessary for exhibitors to register before an event in order to benefit from a discounted exhibitor pass.
“The new procedure requires exhibitors to arrive at the event before 11 am in a qualifying vehicle – a vehicle built from 2007 or older, thematically appropriate to the event theme or particularly unusual, interesting and / or rare – and a daily fee of £ 5 per vehicle.”