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By Zoe Myall


Harry Potter (Louie Cross) conjures up a Ford Anglia (and owner Michael Pack) at last year's event. Photo: TIM WILSON (SG140517-148TW). (2012321)
Harry Potter (Louie Cross) conjures up a Ford Anglia (and owner Michael Pack) at last year's event. Photo: TIM WILSON (SG140517-148TW). (2012321)

Roll up for the Tydd St Mary Classic Vehicle Rally and Family Day on Sunday (May 20)

The fun-packed event will be held on the community field (Playing Field) in Rectory Road and starts at 9am. Exhibitors are welcome from 7.30am onwards.

Enjoy side-shows, stalls and games, children’s rides and amusements, a raffle, refreshments and a big barbecue.

Proceeds raised will go towards the Tydd St Mary Playing Field Fund, and other selected local charities and causes.

Last year’s event saw people travel from all over the country for the show and to enjoy the entertainment.

Among the 300 cars on display were models from all over the world and a mixture of vintage classic and modern sports cars.

Admission to the show includes free parking and costs £5 for a family ticket, £2 for adults or £1 for children.

Public parking is behind the Five Bells pub and disabled parking is available at the field.

You can enter a classic car, steam engine, kit car, or other vehicle free of charge. Hot rods, motorbikes, scooters and cycles are all welcome.

For more info contact 01945 420621.



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