About the Bridgwater Classic and Vintage Show

to be held from Saturday 8th August to Sunday 9th August, 2020.

This is a show that encompasses all things classic & vintage, from steam engines to stationary engines classic & vintage cars, motorbikes and commercial vehicles, there are also trade & craft stands, a juvenile fun fair and regular daily displays from reenactment groups, also a flypast from a WW2 Spitfire.

- Rob Coombes- BCVC      


 

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Sat Nav Longitude and Latitude Co-ordinates:

-2.969170 (LONG) // 51.141502 (LAT)



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Bridgwater Classic and Vintage Show Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Rob Coombes
  • Organisation: BCVC
  • Address: Morganians Rugby Club, Bridgwater
  • Postcode: TA7 8QW
  • Phone: 07919 35 1867

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