These are just some of the amazing vehicles on display which ranged from 1903 to the present day, including the fastest car in the world. There was so much to see!
Nearly 900 vehicles joined our Motor Show on Sunday 6th August 2023 ranging from pre-war to post-2000 vehicles and included cars, motorbikes, Army vehicles, camper vans, tractors, bubble cars and much more. Scroll through below to see just some of the stunning vehicles that attended.
Along with an auction of amazing prizes, a raffle, F1 simulator, fantastic music from the TR5’s and The Hedge Inspectors, and delicious food and drink, it was a great day out that raised an amazing
To put this into context, £50,000 could cover the cost of all of Phyllis Tuckwell’s Living Well groups and outpatient appointments for almost a whole month.
These groups support 630 patients a year manage living everyday life with an advanced or terminal illness, offering them medical and nursing care, physiotherapy, occupational therapy and complementary therapy advice and treatments, counselling, social work advice and pastoral care.
This amazing figure would have not been possible with our the support of Just Kampers for kindly sponsoring the Motor Show, along with Bill Rawles Classic Cars, Classic Insurance Services, Holden Vintage & Classic, Tom Lenthall Ltd, Twyford Moors, Classic Racing Spirit & Tesla.
A big thank you to Paul Fitchett from Paul Fitchett Images for taking photos on the day, to all those who provided auction prizes, especially Robert and Tanya Lewis, and Mark Reynolds, to our amazing volunteers without whom we wouldn’t have been able to run the day, and to all our supporters who displayed their vehicles or came to take a look at the show.
Since the event, we have been in touch with Robert and Tanya to let them know how much was raised and we are delighted to confirm that we have been invited back for our Phyllis Tuckwell Motor Show for 2024! In 2023, this event sold out – registration is now open, so make sure to register now to display your vehicle to avoid disappointment.