About the A Classic Affair
to be held Saturday 4th September, 2021.
Help us to raise money for charity and join us for A Classic Affair, with a display of classic cars, motorcycles and other vehicles of interest, as well as live music from a jazz & swing band, food, refreshments and stalls! Public entry and displaying vehicles is free, but donations are welcome as all profits will be donated to MAGPAS Air Ambulance. Booking is required to display your vehicle. Please visit our website for more information and easy online booking: https://www.aclassicaffair.co.uk/ https://www.aclassicaffair.co.uk/booking You do not need to book for general admittance. There is very limited public parking available - if you are local, please come on foot or by bike if possible. You can also follow us on social media - A Classic Affair.
Sat Nav Longitude and Latitude Co-ordinates:
-0.108716 (LONG) // 52.317154 (LAT)
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To double check the event is taking place before setting off (advisable) or for further information please contact the organisers not us! on the contact details below.
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A Classic Affair Contact Details
- Contact Name: Hazel Quest
- Address: Hemingford Pavilion, Hemingford Grey
- Postcode: PE28 9BX
- Phone: 01480 700440
A Classic Affair
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