The best Motor Show in the Cotswolds in 2022
Anything with an engine is welcome... supercars, classics, tractors, trucks, buses & motorbikes.
Last held on a hot sunny July day in 2018, before Covid was even a word, this show attracted about 150 vehicles and 1,500 visitors at the QEII Cricket Stow cricket field in Stow-on-the-Wold last time.
This year, the organisers hope it will be bigger and better, and raise even more money for their three charities, The Sam Pilcher Trust, Cotswold Friends and The Stow Community & Family Hub.
At just a fiver to show off your car on the cricket field for a bit, it's a great day out and it's raising money for valuable causes too.
Look out for a wide range of local food vendors from the hog roast, street food, cocktail trailer and prosecco bar as well as the traditional filling station pub from previous years.
Even local boys Premier Power have a stand at the event and will be exhibiting some customer cars, etc.
We're expecting a good turnout of our little cars, as this event sits on the crossover of quite a few club areas and besides, it's in a lovely part of the country with some great blatting roads to and from...
The town is so close to the event that other halves can walk off for a spot of shopping, lunch or whatever they fancy
While the Club has NOT booked an official area or stand, one of the show organisers is a club member.
Any Caterhams and Lotus 7s attending should be directed to a designated marque area BUT ONLY if they book their car display ticket in advance at the official booking website
If you don't pre-book, you'll be in the field on the other side of the road with the 'hoi polloi'...
To park in the designated area however, you do have to get your car onto the QEII Cricket Field between 10 and 11.30am on the day.
The public will start arriving from 12 noon and we will have events and activities for all ages during the afternoon, leading up to an evening of live music on the Hacklings Stage from around 5.30pm.
Here's the link again to book a car display ticket... it would be good to see you there - fingers crossed for weather like last time (don't forget the suncream!)