The Restoration Show and Great British Auto Jumble2018 October Event
The The Restoration Show and Great British Auto Jumble is planned to take place at NAC Stoneleigh, Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, Sunday 28th October 2018. You may reach the event organisers on 01775 76 8661.
Get your motor running with the help of the The Restoration Show and Great British Autojumble, held at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire. It doesn’t matter if you’re about to start a restoration, looking for your next vehicle to restore or are in the final stages, you’ll find an amazing array of parts, spares and some good honest down-to-earth advice from the experts to get your project underway or completed. Enthusiasts looking for advice or inspiration can visit the various motoring clubs that will display the diverse projects its members are currently working on and benefit from the clubs knowledge of a particular marque or model. From the traditional classics to the more ‘retro’ marques, cars of all ages will have the bonnets open ready for you to explore with members working on projects at the event. The shows main draw is the UK’s largest indoor autojumble, with even more traders and stalls set up outside in the showground. For enthusiasts looking for their next project, there will be an Automart featuring classics for sale. Anyone bringing a car they wish to sell can do so for just £30, which includes two admissions. New for 2017: Not only have we pushed the date back to November 5th but we will also be taking full advantage of the recently renovated Blackdown buildings. The events entrance will now be via the Blackdown foyer with trade and club stands housed in Hall 3 and lower Blackdowns. Admission prices have also been reduced as have trade stand prices, The National Restoration Show is open from 10am until 4pm. Tickets are available at £8 for adults in advance, £10 on the gate. Car parking is free. www.restoration-show.co.uk. - Ricky Freeman - Live Promotions
Please do not contact jonniejumble.co.uk directly about this event as they publicise the event only, not organise it.