About the Coops Classic Car & Vehicle Show & Festival

to be held from Friday 6th August to Monday 9th August, 2021.

Coops Classic Car & Vehicle Show with live music and camping, from 06/08/21 to the 09/08/21 held at the beautiful grounds of the Port Eliot Stately Home. Bring a tent, camper van or caravan. Bring your pets and children, bring a classic vehicle if you have one, and join us on this weekend to celebrate all classic vehicles. There will be food, drink, electric hook ups, toilets, bars, live car auctions, live bands, car stalls, stallholders, entertainment for kids, entertainment for adults, cash prizes for best classic vehicle and various other awards and prizes. The grounds are incredible - and only a 5 minute drive from the beach too. Spaces are limited due to COVID restrictions. Tickets are £75 per person from 06/08 to the 09/08 and include camping. Family tickets are £275. Book now to avoid disappointment, as this is no ordinary classic vehicle show and promises to be incredible.

- Ian- Coops Insurance      


 

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Ian

Hi can you just come for a day? And if so how much is it to get it? Cheers.


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Coops Classic Car & Vehicle Show & Festival Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Ian
  • Organisation: Coops Insurance
  • Address: Port Eliot Estate, St Germans, Saltash
  • Postcode: PL12 5ND
  • Phone: Unavailable

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