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Preparations for classic car and bike show in Bourne

Bourne Classic Car show at the Wellhead. EMN-140622-181554009
Bourne Classic Car show at the Wellhead. EMN-140622-181554009

The Committee of Bourne Motor Racing Club is already hard at work pulling together their plans for this year’s car show which will be the last.

The show on the Wellhead Field in Bourne will be the 10th and final show to be organised by Bourne Motor Racing Club and to mark and celebrate this occasion the centrepiece display of this year’s show will look back on a century of motoring which will highlight the development of the motor car, decade by decade.

The club also hopes to be able to extend the display to look into the future of motoring too.

There will be familiar attractions too, including a display by the town’s BRM Association, a drag racer from Santa Pod as well as a flypast by the iconic Battle of Britain Memorial Flight.

This year’s programme draw will include special prizes to mark the show’s 10th anniversary, definitely not to be missed.

The show, which will coincide with Father’s Day on Sunday, June 21, includes a variety of family attractions including craft stands, light refreshments, the ever popular Punch and Judy Show for the children and music by The Collaborators.

The club aims to provide a happy, relaxed atmosphere for everyone to enjoy a great family day out, all for no entry fee.

For more details about the show, or to enter a vehicle( registered on or before 1995) please visit www.bourneclassiccarshow.co. uk


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