About the Castle Hill Car Festival
to be held from Saturday 9th August to Sunday 10th August, 2014.
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Set in the magnificent parkland grounds of Castle Hill, the Palladian home of the Earl and Countess of Arran, the Castle Hill Car Festival is set to become one of the premier events in the Classic Car Show calendar. It is hoped that the festival will feature over 1,000 historic, classic and modern cars, motorcycles, military and commercial vehicles brought together from throughout the country.
A truly exciting feature of the Festival will be two days of motorsport competition on a fantastic off-road course through the heart of the Castle Hill Estate. North Devon Motor Club will be organising the 'Quarry Dash' under full MSA rules.
In addition there will be an events arena hosting a range of activities and entertainments throughout the festival, a trade exhibition area showcasing the products and services of over 40 specialist businesses, plus an extensive auto jumble. For those enthusiasts who want to take their cars onto the open roads, there will be a number of road trials and rallies taking in some of the finest country roads and the spectacular North Devon scenery.
For families with younger children there will be designated parking and a children's funfair and play area complete with food and drink for younger tastes and baby-changing facilities.
Sat Nav Longitude and Latitude Co-ordinates:
-3.897289 (LONG) // 51.040302 (LAT)
Get in touch
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.
Castle Hill Car Festival Contact Details
- Organisation: CHCF
- Address: Castle Hill, Filleigh, Nr Barnstable, Devon
- Postcode: EX32 0RH
- Phone: 0800 612 6910
Castle Hill Car Festival
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