About the The Donkey Sanctuary Car Show
to be held Sunday 7th July, 2019.
One for motor enthusiasts and their families, join us for a chilled day of car conversation, live music, delicious street food and children’s activities. 2018 saw a record number of cars booked to exhibit and 2019 will be no different; expect a whole mix of motors, from Bond Bugs and Austin A30s to Porsche 911s and Toyota Supras. Those exhibiting their pride and joy will be automatically entered into our light-hearted Show ‘n’ Shine awards, with various prizes up for grabs. Exhibitors and car clubs must pre-book and bookings will open soon. We expect demand to be high after selling out in 2018, so we recommend you book as early as possible. Pre-booking is not required for general admission to the Car Show.
Sat Nav Longitude and Latitude Co-ordinates:
-3.190803 (LONG) // 50.697643 (LAT)
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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.
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The Donkey Sanctuary Car Show Contact Details
- Contact Name: Darcy Roberts
- Organisation: The Donkey Sanctuary
- Address: The Donkey Sanctuary, Sidmouth
- Postcode: EX10 0NU
- Phone: 01395 20 4069
The Donkey Sanctuary Car Show
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