Classic Cars

By Dave Picken - July 13 2020
Classic Cars This Sunday (July 19th) the club will have the honour of hosting the country's first Classic Car and Bike Rally of 2020 - and as a result literally hundreds of entries are expected including an Aston Martin or two worth £1m each. 

Former West forward Mark Baggs is once again organising the show on behalf of the Cleveland Branch of the North of England Classic and Pre-War Automobiles Club.

His phone has been red-hot since Hartlepool Borough Council gave the go-ahead for the show just two weeks ago.

Mark says: "Every owner seems to have really missed meeting their fellow enthusiasts and showing off  their treasured cars because my phone hasn't stopped ringing.

"This weekend would have been the annual show at Newby Hall, which can attract 1,000 entrants. But that isn't going ahead so I'm confident that as long as it stays dry we will have hundreds of entries and some fantastic vehicles on show."

The club will benefit from the gate money well as the BBQ and bar refreshments. Because  of our Covid-19 rehulations we will need plenty of  volunteers from 8.30 to help run the event as well as man the gates.

The event itself will run from 11.00 until 16.00 with admission £5 for cars and £3 for pedestrians including by contactless payment.

Classic Cars
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13/07/2020 11:02
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Re: Classic Cars
tony55 (IP Logged)
14/07/2020 15:43
Hiya,are you allowing people to put tables up to sell automobilia or the likes, which part of the field are you displaying the cars

Re: Classic Cars
davepicken (IP Logged)
15/07/2020 15:32
Hi . There will be an Autojumble area - no charge. Classic cars will be on two main pitches.
More information and contact info on the organisers website []

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