Nostalgic cars in Brackley to support two charities

More than 80 classic vehicles will be on show at the Classic Vehicle Show in Brackley on August 23. NNL-150721-102702001
More than 80 classic vehicles will be on show at the Classic Vehicle Show in Brackley on August 23. NNL-150721-102702001

More than 80 vehicles will once again be on show in Brackley Park next month at the Classic Vehicle Show.

Following a successful event last year, this year’s show is on Sunday, August 23 and organised on behalf of town mayor Jim Broomfield. It will be in support of Mr Broomfield’s two charities Katharine House Hospice and the Warwickshire and Northamptonshire Air Ambulance.

There will be a variety of different cars, vans and tractors on display and even a Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 car from their Brackley base.

Classic car insurers Hagerty near Towcester will also be at the show with a selection of their staff’s classic cars.

The event will be open to the public from 11am-4pm and vehicle entry and booking-in will be between 9am and 10.45am.

There will be a rally entry free/donation of £5 per vehicle, with certificates awarded to the best in each class of vehicle and overall best vehicle at event.

To download an entry form click here or call event organiser Chris Cartmell on 01280 703032.