About the NECPWA Ryedale Folk Museum

to be held Sunday 17th May, 2015.

NECPWA York in association with Ryedale Folk Museum holds a Historic Vehicle Gathering, which is open to members and non-members; entry is limited to vehicles over 20 years old. This is an informal rally and vehicles will be parked in the grounds of the Museum. Access is through a pedestrian area of the Museum, and it would help if all vehicles are in place by 11.00am. Entry to the rally and Museum is free for entrants but a donation to the Museum would be most welcome.

- Tony Simmons- NECPWA      


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NECPWA Ryedale Folk Museum Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Tony Simmons
  • Organisation: NECPWA
  • Address: Ryedale Folk Museum, Hutton Le Hole, Kirkbymoorside, Yorkshire
  • Postcode: YO62 6UA
  • Phone: 07523 753 635

NECPWA Ryedale Folk Museum

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