Tenterden Lions bring Classic Cars to Tenterden – 2017
Our Classic car show was a great success on Sunday 10th September 2017 and we are so grateful to our fellow Lions for their assistance, together with all the other helpers who either marshalled traffic, put up signs, erected marquees, fences and fetched and carried equipment.
Special thanks to Evelyn Luck who kindly allowed us to use her land for the event and assisted with the hard work both prior to and during the show.
We had over 150 classic cars on the day which was so exciting after all the hard work that we had put into organising the show.
We are already starting to plan our next Classic Car Event and this will be on the 16th September 2018 (More details later)
Many thanks to our judge Nigel Peck (organiser and judge of the Appledore Vintage and Classic Vehicle Rally), our commentator James Johnson (Chief Auctioneer Hobbs-Parker Classic Car Auctions) and the Mayor of Tenterden, Justin Nelson, plus the amazing PA provider (Matt from audioandvisuals.co.uk), our sponsors, trade stands and catering stands who added to the success of the show. Also Biddenden Tractorfest for the loan of their marquees and equipment, Wealden Computer Services for printing our leaflets, Iden Signs for producing our banners and signs and the WealdenAd for printing our Classic Car Programme:
Along with the magnificent range of cars that entered our show, there were children’s rides, craft and trade stands together with a choice of food and refreshments. Plus, a last-minute-arranged Novelty Dog Show for the Prettiest Bitch, Handsomest Dog and Veteran dog over 7 years, which proved very popular.
Below, are some photos of the event and winners on the day, some of who made a quick exit when the heavy shower came and have not yet been presented with their prizes.
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Winners of the Classic Car Show
1st: Morgan Sports Family 1933 – Christopher Booth
2nd: Austin Seven 1931 – Ian Ballard
3rd: Austin Seven Ulster 1930 – Anthony Jeanes
Cars 1950-79 cars
1st: Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud by H J Mulliner 1959 – Richard Hollands
2nd: Triumph GT6 III 1972 – Brian Cox
3rd: Alfa Romeo 1750 Spider Veloce 1969 – Colin Craven
1st: Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit 1988 – Denise DeRoy Parker – photo to follow
2nd: Ford Capri 280 1987 – Michael Button
3rd: Lotus Caterham 7 Supersport 202 Prisoner 1933 – Jon Middleton
Modern Classic Cars
1st: Morgan Plus 4 2013 – John Walcroft – photo to follow
2nd: BMW 23 Convertible 2000 – John Fuller
3rd: MG ZR 2005 – Richard Thorpe
1st: Ford Popular 103E 1954 – Roland Bunn
2nd: JZR 3 Wheel Morgan-type 1981 – Ken Beeney
1st: Ford Galaxie Convertible 1964 – Michael Moule
Ferrari F431 2007 – Derek Batt – photo to follow
Morris Royal Mail van with memorabilia – Mike Hallett
Best in Show
Daimler V8 250 Manual Saloon 1967 – James Dawkins – photo to follow.
Tenterden Lions Club are looking for volunteers who are able to help at various events. If you are over 18 and would like to come along and help, please contact us.
If you need any more information please email: email@example.com
Whilst every effort is made to ensure that all attractions appear as advertised, the show may be subject to changes in the event of any unforeseen circumstances or incidents occurring beyond the organiser’s control.
Please note all entrance fees paid are non-refundable.
If you have entered your classic car in the 2017 show and you paid a £10 entry fee, you will receive a £5 voucher to use on your entry in the 2018 show.