About the Old Down Estate Classic Car Meet

to be held Sunday 5th April, 2020.

Old Down Country Park is an award-winning attraction set in breath-taking countryside. For more information please visit our website: https://olddownestate.co.uk. We are planning a fun-filled family day where enthusiasts can get their fill of classic motor talk and where children can run around and enjoy time in the Country Park. Entry: £3 per car (2 people), £1 per person for any extra passengers. This will be taken on the day. Cash Only. Visitors: £5 entry on the day. Arrival between 10am - 10.30. Earliest exit time 12pm. Show closes 1pm

- Old Down Estate      


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-2.564136 (LONG) // 51.586967 (LAT)

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Old Down Estate Classic Car Meet Contact Details

  • Organisation: Old Down Estate
  • Address: Old Down Country Park, Bristol
  • Postcode: BS32 4PG
  • Phone: 03447 769380

Old Down Estate Classic Car Meet

Within a radius (as the crow flies) of 9 miles:

#4.0 miles   Bristol Miniday
#8.1 miles   Berkeley VW Show


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