PeterJRoltIf you are looking for events to take your car to following the hiatus of covid, the Fathers Day event at Castle Howard might be of interest. Offering a spectacular day of motoring heritage ideal for enthusiasts, families and day trippers, this event will feature an exciting display of vintage, classic and modern classic vehicles. Add to this classic motorcycles, trade and autojumble stalls, modern car dealership stands, quality food, drink, ice cream and responsible bars – what’s not to like? The event will also feature a full vehicle concours and awards ceremony overseen by leading commentator Richard Lee who is well known across the northern classic vehicle scene. Awards will be presented for a range of vehicle age groups and will culminate in the Club of the Show, Pride of Ownership and Car of the Show awards. The cost is £5 per car with up to two adults, we would be allowed a club area situated together providing we pre-book to ensure the organisers have the right space allocation. If you are interested, please respond as soon as possible. Those attending:Val & Peter RoltTelford & Cheryl Rollin Mark HurstJohn Warner (2 cars)Lee CarterLindsay DobbyMikeGPeter Brook Chris & GillPaul & MattAndy & AnneGeoff & JuliaBradley & Rachel ➕ childrenAdam & Karen Darren & daughterStephen & SallyMartin R Picture, courtesy of Facebook
Boxster1999Hello Peter Could you please add me to your list. How do we pay for the ticket. Many thanks Phil Ward 996 Midnight Blue CW03 EGF
Jpeck08/06/2021Hi PeterJoan and I would like to attend this event at Castle Howard1995 Guards Red 993 CarreraWill you please add us to the list.How do we make payment?How much do we pay?RegardsRob Peck
Nick NeillNightmare! My car is at Leeds OPC and likely won't be back for three weeks as they have a full diary of servicing and repairs to do! (I broke down with a fuel feed issue yet to be diagnosed) so looks like I won't be able to make it which is a great shame.
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