Classic Car Gathering at Aldridge this Sunday

2013 Programme Apr2013 01

Why not print a few of these out and hand them to your mates?

Martin Fisher, from the Aston Manor Road Transport Museum – now based in Shenstone Drive, Aldridge – has been in touch to inform me of an upcoming event this Sunday, 14th April 2013. The museum will be holding a ‘Classic Car Gathering’.

Martin had this to say:

Hello, Bob

We have an event this coming Sunday, 14th April, which will feature Classic Cars; we expect it to be a low-key event, with maybe 20-30 cars present and no bus services running, but it will give people the chance once again to have a look around the museum ahead of its normal opening, to see what progress we are making – we’re still waiting for the planning permission to be issued before we can open on a regular basis.

Entrance charges on Sunday will be Adult £3, Concessions £2.50, Family tickets £8.

I thought I’d let you have an updated version of our Programme too. The main change is that our ‘normal’ event scheduled for 9th June has been deleted, and replaced by a ‘Dalek Invasion’ on 23rd June – more details soon, but it sounds a lot of fun!

Publicity would be welcome!

Thanks and good wishes


The people behind this museum really want to meet you, and are putting huge efforts into reaching out to the community to help the collection maintain a stable base and plan for the future.

This is sure to be a great event – please do pop along. The collection needs the support of the public to survive, and it really is a wonderful thing.

Why not check out the museum website or their Facebook group?


Look – they’ve even got old bikes! Image by Martin J Fisher.

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