About the Tetbury Classic Car Show

CANCELLED

The event on Sunday 25th August, 2019 has been cancelled.

With 700 vehicles expected this year, this Tetbury charity fund-raiser has grown to rival the very largest in the area. It now includes amusements and rides for the kids and more than thirty stalls of all kinds, including autojumble and a dozen new car franchises. With its relaxed and fun atmosphere and within walking distance of historic Tetbury, it's a must see!

- Richard Smith- TSSC Committee      


 

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Tetbury Classic Car Show Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Richard Smith
  • Organisation: TSSC Committee
  • Address: Sir William Romney's School, 68 Lowfield Road, Tetbury
  • Postcode: GL8 8BA
  • Phone: 07884 265117

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