100 classic cars head to Burnham-On-Sea seafront this evening
100 classic vehicles will arrive on Burnham-On-Sea's seafront
this evening (Saturday, June 1st) during the 20th annual Vale
of Avalon Vintage Vehicle Road Run.
popular event will show off a range of vintage vehicles, from
cars and military vehicles, to emergency service vehicles and
run starts in Glastonbury and the vehicles will move into Burnham-On-Sea,
arriving at the Pier Street Car Park on the South Esplanade at
cars will be on show until the Mayor of Burnham, Cllr Martin Cox,
presents awards to the best entries.
run is organised by Den and Daphne Stone of Glastonbury and this
year it will raise money for Happy Landings Animal rescue rehoming
and welfare centre.
"This is our 20th year and we are looking forward to the
event again and hope that as many people as possible will be around
to look at the cars and help us to raise money for this good cause,"
organiser Daphne Stone told Burnham-On-Sea.com.
Trophies are given for vehicles in six classes: cars, commercial
vehicles, motorcycles, military, emergency and American vehicles.
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