Thanks to all Exhibitors and Visitors to this years event now successfully finished
The Classic Car Show returned on a sunny and warm Sunday 2nd June 2019 to the Walled Gardens of the Elveden Estate, and we hope to soon be able to share with you the amount of money raised for charity.
A very big thank you to everyone who Exhibited, Supported and Attended or Helped, making this another very successful Show for our Charities
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“Brilliant day, actually our favourite car show out of the many we attend during the year. Well done for raising so much money”
“Please thank all your volunteers and helpers for all the hard work they do - much appreciated”
“Great organisation from beginning to end and all in aid of good causes”
Take a look at our Gallery and here we are on YouTube:
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We will keep in touch with those of you who were Exhibitors this year
Do use the 'Contact Us' button NOW if you have a question, we will keep you updated on developments for 2020
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STALLHOLDERS past or future, please also use the 'Contact Us' button and your queries will be passed to the NSPCC who are handling this
2019 has been our sixth year and following the enormous success of the last three years in particular, all of us on the team for The Classic Car Show greatly appreciate the support from Exhibitors, Supporters, the NSPCC, Rotary Club members.
This event is run jointly by the NSPCC and the Bury St Edmunds Abbey Rotary Club. All net profits shall be split equally between the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (Registered Charity number 216401 and SC037717) and Bury St. Edmunds Abbey Rotary Club
Last year the Rotary Club of Bury St Edmunds Abbey raised almost £20,000 nearly all of it for local causes, some well known charities, and some much smaller, all working hard to improve the community in the local area. We are proud to have met and helped some remarkable people running great organisations
The NSPCC are fortunate enough to have Lady Iveagh as President for West Suffolk, and would like to thank Lord and Lady Iveagh for their continued support of this event .
By coming along to an NSPCC event, you’ll be helping to keep children safe. The money we raise will help children rebuild their lives, and help us find ways to prevent child abuse from ruining any more childhoods. When a child needs a helping hand, we’ll be there. When parents are finding it tough, we’ll help. When laws need to change or governments need to do more, we won’t give until things improve.
Together, we can change childhoods.
Please be aware that the cars are exhibited on grassy areas within the grounds. These areas may be bumpy when using a wheelchair
Dogs are welcome at the event but must be kept on a leash. In hot weather we will provide fresh water near the bar area.
A number of portable toilets are available for your use. By agreement with the Courtyard Cafe, disabled access toilets can be accessed via the restaurant.
We will hold your name, email, postal address, and make of car only, in line with the Regulations, and will not share these details with any organisation outside of Rotary, including the NSPCC