Chasewater Transport Show today!

Freshly mown overspill parking ready and waiting. What more could you ask? Picture by event organiser Helen Borton.

Just a note to remind readers that it’s the Chasewater Transport Show today. After no little controversy, the grass is mown, the turtle wax is out and petrol heads are preparing to descend in their droves on Chasewater Country Park today. It’s always been a cracking day out, so get your backsides over there and take a look… There’s something for everyone, young and old alike. Cars, PSV’s, steam engines, motorbikes, rides, entertainments, stalls, lorries… if it’s got wheels, it’ll be there, from all eras.

If you’re on foot or bicycle and coming from the south, access from the canal is open again following the completion of the dam works, as is foot and cycle traffic across the dam. For drivers, parking is available from the south off Pool Road, with extra overspill mown specially for the occasion. Cheers, John.

Hundreds of classic, vintage and modern vehicles will be on display at the annual Chasewater Transport Show.

The event – which is now in its fourth year – has become a successful and popular event, attracting over 6,000 visitors.

And this year’s show on April 15 promises to be no different with everything from huge commercial vehicles and coaches to motorbikes, military and steam on display.

Chasewater also features spectacular arena events, traditional family entertainment and a live music stage.

Our chosen charity for 2012 is Help for Heroes.

The event has raised thousands for local and national charities including the Midland Air Ambulance, Guide Dogs for the Blind, along with local schools and community groups. This year, Help for Heroes will benefit.

For more information visit or call 01543 500926.

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