Calling all Classic Vehicle Enthusiasts
PUBLISHED: 01:16 18 April 2011 | UPDATED: 19:12 20 February 2013
Get your motor running, head out on the highway... and make your way to Bracknell this summer to join in the fun as Bracknell's Classic Motors Show returns to the town centre.
Get your motor running, head out on the highway and make your way to Bracknell this summer to join in the fun as Bracknells Classic Motors Show returns to the town centre.
The event, which is being organised by Sunninghill-based childrens charity Sebastians Action Trust in conjunction with Bracknell Regeneration Partnership, will take place on Saturday 23rd July and as many classic, vintage or specialist vehicle owners as possible are invited to take part.
The show promises to be a real treat for vehicle enthusiasts and families alike and will feature an exclusive display of cars and motorbikes spanning decades of motoring history. The event will also boast a range of family activities and attractions for all ages and will help raise funds for the work Sebastians Action Trust does in supporting seriously-ill children and their families.
Jane Gates, Director of Sebastians Action Trust said: We are really excited to be organising Bracknells Classic Motors Show again this year. The last show, which was held in 2009, was a great community event and saw the town centre filled bumper to bumper with fantastic vehicles. This year we look forward to welcoming as many classic, vintage and specialist vehicles and their owners to the town as possible, and we hope that the community will get behind this event to help make it a huge success. We have been really pleased with the response we have had to the event so far but we would love to hear from anyone who would like to take part.
Helen Barnett, Marketing Manager for Bracknell Regeneration Partnership, said: We are delighted to be working with Sebastians Action Trust to bring the show back to Bracknell this summer for residents and visitors of all ages to enjoy.
Anyone wanting to enter their vehicle in the show should contact Sebastians Action Trust on 01344 622500 or email Jess Rozario via Jess@sebastiansactiontrust.org as soon as possible.