The Hospice of St Francis in Berkhamsted is set to host their first Classic Car Show for locals to enjoy.
On Sunday September 12 between 11-3pm, the hospice will host an afternoon of automobile history with a variety of classic and special interest cars at their private event space in Dudswell field near Berkhamsted.
Amongst the line-up of vintage vehicles there will be a Bentley, a Series Continental Flying Spur and Brooklands Rover, a P6 v8 3500ccr and a Morris Minor convertible.
David, an exhibitor at the forthcoming event said: “The Classic Car community enjoys supporting local events and, in particular, causes such as The Hospice of St Francis which like most others, has gone through such a difficult fundraising period during the pandemic.
“Classic Car owners have great pleasure in getting together and seeing their cars enjoyed by the public and always welcome questions and interest. The Classic Car Show on the September 12 will be a great opportunity for those with an interest in seeing “history on the road” in the form of our cars.”
A range of refreshments and family activities will also be available on the day, as well as delicious ice creams by Elsie’s Ices, a bar sponsored by Tring Brewery and a spectacular inflatable obstacle course from Apex in Hemel Hempstead.
Hannah, community fundraiser at the hospice and event organiser said: “We are really excited about our first ever Classic and Special Interest Car Show. We are exhibiting some stunning cars on the day and with children’s activities, food stalls and a small market, there really will be something to keep everyone happy.”
Adult advance tickets are £5 (£7 on the day) and Under 16s advance tickets are £3 (£5 on the day).
For more information, please visit the Hospice website www.stfrancis.org.uk/classiccars
If you have a car that you would like to exhibit on the day, please complete the entry form on the Hospice website www.stfrancis.org.uk/register-my-car, (pre 1978 and later year special interest cars only).
All proceeds to the hospice helping support their special care across west Hertfordshire and South Buckinghamshire.