About the Classic Car and Motor Show

to be held Sunday 26th August, 2018.

As with previous years, we will have a large variety of cars exhibiting this year and would love to see you there. There will be lots to see and do. With plenty of food, hot and cold and Licenced Bars. Also tours of the House will be available (payable on the day). A fantastic range of trade stands, craft stalls, charity stalls, a variety of eats and treats, Live Music and Entertainment. Fun for all the family, with plenty to keep the children entertained, including inflatable fun, Zorbs, RC model car racing and lots more. 11am to 7pm

- Rich & Mel Giesens- ITUS Event Support Services      


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Classic Car and Motor Show Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Rich & Mel Giesens
  • Organisation: ITUS Event Support Services
  • Address: Port Eliot Estate, St Germans, Saltash
  • Postcode: PL12 5ND
  • Phone: 0845 4674969

Classic Car and Motor Show

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