About the 36th Launceston Steam & Vintage Engine Rally

to be held from Saturday 23rd May to Monday 25th May, 2020.

Launceston Steam & Vintage Rally is held every year over the bank holiday weekend at the end of May. It is a fun day out with numerous attractions for the whole family that raises money for local charities and organisations. The Steam Rally started in 1982 at Launceston Rugby Club which we outgrew and moved to Five Lanes in 2009. As well as the rally itself we hold other fundraising events during the year to help boost our funds,details can be found here on our website or on our Facebook page. The Rally is organised by a dedicated, hardworking committee of volunteers. The rally opens to the public from 9.00am. Prices (2019) are Concession: £5.00 / Adult: £7.00 / Children: (5-16) £4.00 / Family Ticket: (2+2) £20.00. Camping avaialable. Dogs on leads.

- Matt & Laura Garrett      


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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.

36th Launceston Steam & Vintage Engine Rally Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Matt & Laura Garrett
  • Address: Trebant Farm, Altarnun, Launceston, Cornwall
  • Postcode: PL15 7RR
  • Phone: Unavailable

36th Launceston Steam & Vintage Engine Rally

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