About the Bridgwater Classic and Vintage Show

To be held from,
Saturday 12th August to Sunday 13th August, 2017.

Come along and enjoy a great family day out. On show will be hundreds of classic & vintage vehicles with various club stands from across the local area, Classic European/ British and American and custom cars, Motorcycles, Commercials and Tractors alongside working steam engines large and small, also stationary engines, trade stands, a craft and model marquee with lots of other interesting exhibits including a re enactment of the Gunfight at the OK Coral. There is on site catering available selling everything from a full English to a tasty curry and the great American beef burger, & to wash it all down with, there is a fully licensed bar selling some great local ales and ciders. Car Parking is free, the whole site is very flat so disabled visitors are also well catered for and are most welcome.

- Rob Coombes - BCVC     

Sat Nav Longitude and Latitude Co-ordinates:

-2.96917 (LONG) // 51.141508 (LAT)

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To double check the event is taking place before setting off (advisable) or for further information please contact the organisers not us! on the contact details below.

Bridgwater Classic and Vintage Show Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Rob Coombes
  • Organisation: BCVC
  • Address: Morganians Rugby Club, Bridgwater.
  • Postcode: TA7 8QW
  • Phone: 0791 935 1867


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#2.3 miles   Andy Newbury
#2.3 miles   SDR Services

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