Once again Calder Holmes Park in Hebden Bridge will be host to a spectacular display of veteran, vintage and classic motor vehicles, spanning over 100 years of motoring history, described by Classic Car Weekly as 'One of Britain's best car shows'.
The Vintage Weekend is now in its 36th year, with the first rally held in 1983.
It is interesting to note that brand new cars on display in dealer’s showrooms that year are now eligible to attend the Saturday Rally.
Almost all the famous British marques are represented at the rally along with famous names from across the world. The open plan design of the site means that members of the public can get up close to the exhibits and chat to their owners.
There will be a different display of vehicles on each day.
Along with the vehicles, we expect a large number of stalls, offering a wide variety of products.
There will also be on site catering available throughout the opening times on both days. Last year, on site caterers offered a wide variety of refreshments including jacket potatoes, hot beef baguettes, salads and sandwiches from the Yorkshire Pie & pea Company, sausages and sandwiches from Porcus, a small farm business nestling on the moors above the incredible food town of Todmorden, coffee and cakes from Café Ciao, Asian food from East West Catering and crêpes and ice cream. We expect similar caterers to attend this year.
The event promises to be a fun day out for all the family with children’s entertainment and live music on both days.
Visitors are welcome to bring dogs onto the rally field but they must be kept on a lead and under control at all times.