About the Cirencester Classic Car Show


The event on Sunday 28th June, 2020 has been cancelled.

We are a free, local classic car show in Cirencester. This is a Charity Event with all the proceeds going to Cirencester based charity Cirencester Housing for Young People (CHYP), a small local charity that provides supported accommodation for vulnerable young people who find themselves homeless through no fault of their own. There will be a variety of beautiful classic and vintage cars on display accompanied by their devoted owners. The event is supported by Cirencester Antiques Centre, Langley Wellington LLP Solicitors, Thomson & Partners and Cirencester Town Council. website: www.cirencestercarshow.com.

- William Morris- Cirencester Antiques Centre      


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Due to the potential impact of the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), many organisers are following UK Government and WHO guidelines to limit non-essential contact. Many events are cancelled, and more are following this trend.

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Cirencester Classic Car Show Contact Details

  • Contact Name: William Morris
  • Organisation: Cirencester Antiques Centre
  • Address: Market Place, Cirencester
  • Postcode: GL7 2NX
  • Phone: 01285 64 4214

Cirencester Classic Car Show

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#10.0 miles   Stroud Classic Car Show
#10.1 miles   Cotswold Gathering


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