Head for Hutton-in-the-Forest
5 August 2011.
Many classic car fans will flock to Hutton-in-the-Forest, near Penrith on Sunday August 28 for the 9th Lakeland Classic Vehicle Show. This ever popular show is just one of 18 events organised by Mark Woodward Classic Events all over the UK throughout the year.
The Lakeland Classic Car and Bike Show is a long established event, where visitors will be able to catch a glimpse of over 300 classic cars, motorcycles and commercials, plus autojumble and trade stands, all on display in the grounds and gardens of the historic hall at Hutton-in-the-Forest.
For more information on the classic car event, or to find out how to get involved, please contact Mark Woodward on 01697 451882 or 07768 741610, or visit www.markwoodwardclassicevents.com
28 July 2011.
The Cumbria Steam Gathering is a huge weekend event that has lots of great entertainment, with magnificent steam engines and vintage commercial vehicles, as well as hundreds of examples of much-loved classic transport, including cars, motorcycles, bicycles, agricultural and industrial tractors, farm equipment and stationary engines.
Harby Country Show & Working Weekend
28 July 2011.
The Vale of Belvoir Machinery Group based at Harby has around 85 members from a wide range of backgrounds and occupations and they all share a common interest, the countryside, farming and old farm machinery.
The working weekend will feature vintage tractor working displays, steam threshing and sawing as well as the traditional horse ploughing demonstrations.
It is expected there will be some 40 static tractors on display as well as an estimated 30 tractors working. Coupled to this there will be various other classic vehicles on show as well as numerous rural crafts and other attractions for all the family.
If you would like to take a tractor either to work or display to Harby, please contact Ian Creasey,
tel 01949 860139 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
27 July 2011.
A farm near Tockwith that has turned its back on modern farming methods will open its doors to the public on July 30. Thorpe Hill Farm, an open working heritage farm, will offer visitors an opportunity to experience farming as it used to be before the invention of the tractor.
18 July 2011.
This year’s Trimpley Steam & Vintage Rally takes place on Sunday August 7 and promises a unique display of machinery and vehicles set in a beautiful part of Worcestershire.
Mr & Mrs K Briggs have given kind permission for the rally at Bite Farm, Trimpley, Bewdley with all proceeds to Midland Air Ambulance and other local charities. For further information tel: 07970 738180; 07986 170715.
4 July 2011.
The Gloucestershire Steam & Vintage Extravaganza, now in its 37th year, has moved to a larger venue at South Cerney Airfield, Cirencester, for 2011. From Friday 5-Sunday, August 7, the extravaganza will attract more than 15,000 visitors and raise money for local and national charities.
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