About the Lancaster Insurance Classic and Supercars

to be held Sunday 19th July, 2020.

Charity Classic and Supercar show, 2000 exhibits and circa 13,000 visitors, now in 17th year.

- Stuart Annett- Rotary Clubs      


 

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Lancaster Insurance Classic and Supercars Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Stuart Annett
  • Organisation: Rotary Clubs
  • Address: Sherborne Castle, Sherborne, Dorset
  • Postcode: DT9 5NR
  • Phone: 07769 114211

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