About the Naunton Classic & Vintage Transport Show & Village Fete

to be held Sunday 14th July, 2019.

Sunday 14th July 12.00 - 16.00 hrs Naunton Recreation Ground (SAT NAV Post Code: GL54 3AS) Awards for Best Pre-1940, pre-1970, pre-2000 cars. Best pre- and post-war motorbikes. ‘The car I most want to take home’ 'Vehicle of the day' To register your vehicle contact: NauntonClassics2019@outlook.com www.nauntonclassicandvintagetransportshowandfete.co.uk £5.00 entry per vehicle in advance includes: driver and first passenger plus a cup of tea/coffee, bacon sandwich for the driver; additional bacon roll, tea/coffee £2.50. Additional passengers £1.00 entry each, programme included. Children’s Games, Tombola, Bar-B-Que, Bar, Cream Teas, Stalls, Raffle. £1.00 entry and parking for non-entrants. Under-16s free. All proceeds towards Naunton Village Charity Fund.

- Ian Adcock- Naunton Social Committee      


 

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Sat Nav Longitude and Latitude Co-ordinates:

-1.834293 (LONG) // 51.909264 (LAT)


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Naunton Classic & Vintage Transport Show & Village Fete Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Ian Adcock
  • Organisation: Naunton Social Committee
  • Address: Naunton Recreation Ground, Naunton
  • Postcode: GL54 3AS
  • Phone: Unavailable

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