Stewards Sue & Ian Lord
We are hoping for another record year of entries, each year the numbers have increased and although we have the space to display the cars, we are hoping to alleviate any congestion on arrival and departure by limiting the cars to 400. So if you are thinking of showing your car, please bear this in mind, by entering early.
As in previous years we are well supported by the Classic Car Enthusiasts, who come to join in the fun and when parked together create a stunning spectacle for us. We will have entries from various clubs, Rolls Royce Enthusiasts Club, Daimler & Lanchester Club, Norfolk Vehicle Club, Bury Retro Car Club, Newmarket and District Vehicle Club, Norfolk Austin 7 Club, Austin Healey Club, Phoenix Cherished Vehicle Club, Reliant, Stag Owners Club and the North Norfolk Classic Vehicle Club, TR Register, Wymondham Old Timers, Brandon & District, Jaguar, Naylor Car Club, Suffolk Vehicle Enthusiasts and BMW Owners Club as well as many individual entries.
We are so grateful to these groups as well as all the individuals who take the time to care for these wonderful vehicles to preserve them for future generations and then bring them to share for one day, with us all.
We welcome entries from any car that is over 25 years old and accept entries from younger cars that are part of a club group. This year the cars will be judged to find the best car in two groups, those built before 1939 and those built after that. Our judge this year will be Mr Alistair George of Honington. As usual we will be choosing an interesting selection of cars to go into the Grafton Ring for our special display and we will endeavour to give you interesting information and the story behind each one. Do come and join us. The owners are true enthusiasts and will be happy to talk to you about their unique vehicles as you wander up and down the rows. Do not hesitate to ask any questions you may have. Fingers crossed for a warm, sunny day, with lots of visitors, to help us raise much needed funds for St Nicholas Hospice and other charities. We wish you all a wonderful day out.
Come and view these magnificent vehicles and chat to the owners who will be delighted to discuss their vehicles with you. In 2017 the event raised more than £25,000 for local charities.