Classic Car Show

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City of Leeds Classic Car Club are holding a classic car show to raise money for the Yorkshire Cancer Centre on April 26th at Sherburn Airfield. The show takes place from 10am-3pm and is set to be a fun family day out with a display of classic cars, raffle and other attractions. There is no entry fee, the club just ask for a donation for the charity. 

This is just one of four rally’s planned for the year, where the club will show their pre – 1980 cars including Austins, MG, Morris, Triumph and much more.

Another rally will be held at Thwaite Mill on the 10th May also 10am – 3pm for the Heritage Weekend where there will be lots going on for all to enjoy, such as boat rides.

The City of Leeds Classic Car Club are no strangers to charity fundraising. Last year they chose St Gemma’s Hospice as their charity of the year, and they raised a total of £400 from the classic car show. They have also raised similar amounts previously for the charity Help For Heroes.

They are a friendly club who welcome new members. Recognised by the MG Owners Club, they meet every 3rd Tuesday at The Mexborough Arms in Thorner, Leeds at 8pm.

For more information on the Classic Car Shows or the club itself, visit their website

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