About the Classic Car Show at Mendip Mower Racing
to be held Sunday 27th August, 2017.
Mendip Mower Racing and Beer Festival offers something for all the family. Now in it's 5th year this high octane event will not disappoint. All weekend we have Live Music, Family Activities, Beer & Cider Festival and a Country Market Saturday feature - Classic Car Show Sunday & Monday feature - Lawn Mower Racing Grand Prix with The British Lawn Mower Racing Association. All proceeds from this unique family event go to YMCA Somerset Coast. Help us end youth homelessness in Somerset. Classic vehicle owners receive free Saturday entry. public entry £5 for the day or £10 for the whole weekend. Visit www.mendipmowing.co.uk for more info or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sat Nav Longitude and Latitude Co-ordinates:
-2.849788 (LONG) // 51.281109 (LAT)
Get in touch
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Classic Car Show at Mendip Mower Racing Contact Details
- Contact Name: Charlotte Grant
- Organisation: YMCA Somerset Coast
- Address: Days Field, Cross, Lower Weare Axbridge
- Postcode: BS26 2JB
- Phone: 0127 872 6002
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