About the English Country Garden Festival and Historic Vehicle Gathering

CANCELLED

The event on Saturday 30th May, 2020 has been cancelled.

This event is a new one on the motoring calendar. But is a well established garden show so should be something for everyone (including long suffering wives and partners!). Held at Coombe Trenchard House - Edwardian gardens and acres of inspiring grounds.

- Dave Fry- Tamar Historic Transport Club      


 

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English Country Garden Festival and Historic Vehicle Gathering Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Dave Fry
  • Organisation: Tamar Historic Transport Club
  • Address: Coombe Trenchard House, Lewtrenchard, nr Okehampton
  • Postcode: EX20 4PW
  • Phone: 01579 35 1177

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