About the 25th Mendip Vintage and Classic Tour

to be held Sunday 12th May, 2019.

The venue for the start this year is Whitehall Garden Centre, Whitchurch near Bristol. The cars will start arriving to park up from around 08-30am, with the first car waved off from the start at 09-30. The rest of the 160 cars will then leave in age order at approximately 30 second intervals. As usual, the Mendip Tour will conclude with a fantastic static display on The Cathedral Green in Wells. Only those taking part in the Tour and officials will be allowed onto the Green, and the approach road to the Green (St Andrews Street) will be closed to non-event traffic. Parking is available just outside the centre of the city. Spectators are welcome to view the wonderful Classic vehicles and chat to the drivers. The cars will be arriving at the finish from about 2-00pm, with trophies and prizes awarded at about 4-00pm. It will be a great day out for all the family.

- John Alcock- Classic and Historic Motor Club      


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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.

25th Mendip Vintage and Classic Tour Contact Details

  • Contact Name: John Alcock
  • Organisation: Classic and Historic Motor Club
  • Address: Start at Whitehall Garden Centre, Whitchurch near Bristol, finish on The Cathedral Green, Wells
  • Postcode: BA5 2UE
  • Phone: 01749 678 925

25th Mendip Vintage and Classic Tour

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