About the Lincoln BIG Mini Day

to be held Sunday 14th April, 2019.

Lincoln BIG Mini Day attracts Mini enthusiasts, both classic and BMW, from many areas of the country including Nottinghamshire, Yorkshire, Derbyshire and ,of course, Lincolnshire. Participants enjoy talking to like minded people but also are able to take advantage of the close proximity to the city centre where there is a wide range of retail outlets. Also available, both on the Brayford Wharf area and the city centre, are restaurants and cafe's to suite all tastes. Participants are requested to arrive at Brayford Wharf via Lucy Tower Street and to be in position by 10am, so, to get a good area you need to be there as early as possible because you will be parked on a "first come first served" basis. Over 200 Mini's are expected as in past years. Cars must remain in position untill 4pm. This is a fabulous day for mini enthusiasts and should not be missed. There is no entry fee which helps but please visit the charity stands who are in attendance. Also, for the first time, there will be a competition for you to partake and a car of the show award.

- Mike James- Trent Valley MOC      


 

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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.


Lincoln BIG Mini Day Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Mike James
  • Organisation: Trent Valley MOC
  • Address: Brayford Wharf Waterfront, Lincoln, Lincolnshire
  • Postcode: LN1 1YX
  • Phone: 07889 443 920

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