About the Kingsbury Episcopi May Festival and Classic Car Display

to be held Monday 6th May, 2019.

Classic / interesting cars / bikes / tractors is a popular display within the fantastic Kingsbury Episcopi May Festival (about 6,000 attend if weather fine). A traditional rural event, maypole dancing, bands, country sports, stalls .... and Classics! Runs over a few days see www.kingsburymayfestival.co.uk for details. Free entry with a classic if you bring your pass obtained from michael@english-homes.co.uk Our display was 30 in year one, 60 in year two .... what will we make it for year three? Bank Holiday Monday May 6th for Classics display. On grass so bikes might need to bring a pad for their stand.

- Michael English      


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Mandy Limm

I would like to bring my classic along to this event how do I apply for a ticket


Mandy, please email Michael (details above). Thanks.

Michael English

We are getting a good email response fo far, this promises to again be a great family day out with a good number of classics of all types too!

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To double check the event is taking place before setting off (advisable) or for further information please contact the organisers not us! on the contact details below.

Kingsbury Episcopi May Festival and Classic Car Display Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Michael English
  • Address: Harry's Field, Langport
  • Postcode: TA12 6AX
  • Phone: 01458 24 1244

Kingsbury Episcopi May Festival and Classic Car Display

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