Fifth annual Chasewater Transport Show this Sunday!

Just a note to remind readers that it’s the Chasewater Transport Show this weekend. After a long winter, petrol heads are preparing to descend in their droves on Chasewater Country Park, on Sunday, 21st April 2013. The show is free to visit, and has always been a cracking day out, so get your backsides over there and take a look… There’s something for everyone.

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

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

Sadly, due to poor ground conditions caused by the atrocious spring weather, there will be no heavy commercial vehicles on display this year, and area events have had to be cancelled. But there will still be lots of cars, bikes, stalls and other attractions for the punters. It’s always a great day out, and it’s free!

Our chosen charity for 2013 is Epilepsy Action.

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

For more information visit the show website, Facebook page, or call Helen Borton on 01543 500926.


Sadly, heavy commercials can’t be there due to a sodden field, and arena events are curtailed for the same reason. But there will be lots of other stuff to see and do. And it’s free, so pop along.

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