About the Gloucestershire Vintage and Country Extravaganza

to be held from Friday 2nd August to Sunday 4th August, 2019.

The 45th Annual Gloucestershire Vintage & Country Extravaganza South Cerney Airfield, Cirencester 2-4 August 2019 2-4 August 2019 will see the Stroud Vintage Transport & Engine Club (SVTEC) stage their Annual Show at South Cerney Airfield in Cirencester, Gloucestershire. The show is widely regarded as one of the biggest and best Steam, Vintage and Countryside events in the UK. This year features nearly 1000 classic cars from pre and post war, including over 70 Classic American cars, 30 visiting car clubs, 335 motorcycles and scooters, 80 bicycles from 1903 - 1980, 30 miniature steam engines, 90 stationary engines, 70 full size steam engines, model engineering, 200 Tractors, over 70 Buses and Coaches, 130 military vehicles, 315 emergency and commercial vehicles, 70 industrial trucks, 50 vintage caravans and a large model aircraft flying display. The live arenas showcase non-stop demonstrations including the exquisite showman’s engines, full-size steam engines to dancing tractors, the Tigers children’s motorcycle display team, a Parachute display team to falconry displays, popular dog show and hilarious ‘Sheep Show’. Aside from the vintage vehicles, its packed with thousands of curiosity stalls, 180 trade stands, model tents, craft marques to a large Vintage Fun fair. Rally Chairman Martyn Slater ‘Our goal has always been to give the best value for money family day out in Gloucestershire, with something for all of the family to enjoy. We are very proud of it, it’s one of the largest events of its kind, run by volunteers and whilst the show has evolved over the years, our mission remains the same - to inform, educate, celebrate and preserve our unique transport heritage. This year we have a record number of vehicle entries confirmed, so 2019 is set to be our biggest show yet in our 44-year history’. The non-profit making organisation raises money for national and local charities. The show opens daily 10.00am - 5.00pm. Free vintage bus service operating around the perimeter of the show site, and to and from Cirencester Town Centre and Kemble railway station to the show ground connecting with selected First Great Western Trains inc Stroud, Glos and Chelt. Please refer to the event website for the bus timetable. For further show information or to purchase advance discounted tickets visit: www.glosvintageextravaganza.co.uk Ticket Prices: Ticket prices remain frozen for the 10th consecutive year Fri: Adult £7, junior £4. Sat or Sun: Adult: £10, junior £5 Weekender (Fri- Sun) Adult: £15, junior: £8 Family Weekender ticket (2 x adults, 2 x junior) for all three days: £35 Children under 5 years old go free You can Follow us on Facebook: GloucestershireVintageandCountryExtravaganza and Twitter: @GlosExtrav For further information or to purchase advance tickets please visit: www.glosvintageextravaganza.co.uk.

- Rebecca Leppard- SVTEC      


 

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Gloucestershire Vintage and Country Extravaganza Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Rebecca Leppard
  • Organisation: SVTEC
  • Address: South Cerney Airfield, Northmoor Lane, Cirencester
  • Postcode: GL7 5QD
  • Phone: 01452 89 0891

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