120 classic cars set to arrive on Burnham-On-Sea seafront
120 vintage vehicles will be hitting Burnham-On-Sea's seafront
this evening (Saturday, June 5th).
17th Vale of Avalon Vintage Vehicle Road Run will arrive at 6.30pm
on the town's seafront and the vehicles will be in Burnham until
organisers hope big crowds will flock to see the rare and vintage
cars, and help their chosen charity.
those on display will be vintage ice cream vans, police cars and
fire engines alongside valuable old cars and motorbikes. Burnham's
Mayor and Mayoress will have the tricky job of judging them.
are really looking forward to the event and hope that as many
people as possible will be around to look at the cars and help
us to raise money for MacMillan Cancer Support," organiser
Daphne Stone told Burnham-On-Sea.com.
have over 120 entrants, including some beautiful cars coming from
all over the country. It
gives people the chance for a good day out, meet some car enthusiasts,
show the children and grandchildren how cars used to be and help
to raise funds for a charity that works very hard for people whose
lives are touched by cancer."
winner of last year's event in Burnham with former Mayor and Mayoress
Derick and Christine Cooper