When and where is the next 2021 show? The Redbourn Classics Motor Show will take place at Redbourn Common, Redbourn, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, AL3 7BU, Saturday 4th September, 2021. The organisers have not provided a telephone number.
T his annual classic vehicle show & village fete welcomes more than 350 classic cars, trucks, tractors and motorbikes and is held on Redbourn Common in the heart of Redbourn village near St Albans. In addition to the classic vehicles, there is entertainment for all the family with go kart rides, children's fairground rides, live music, licensed bar, street food stalls and games. This show is run by volunteers for local charities and is open to the public from Noon-5pm (suggested cash donation £2 per adult, £5 per family at the gate) and all proceeds go to local charities. Tickets for classic vehicles to be displayed must be pre-booked via the website www.redbournclassics.co.uk.
Although we try to keep the information for this event as up to date as possible, we cannot guarantee that things haven't changed at the last minute, and we haven't been informed. Therefore, please contact the 'Redbourn Classics Motor Show' event holder directly to confirm all details (especially event name, dates and location) before setting off to Hertfordshire.
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Latitude : 51.798054
Longitude : -0.398928
Grid Ref : TL105122
Easting : 510505
Northing : 212257
Looking forward to Redbourn Classics on 7 September 2019 - the whole event is run by volunteers so all the money from classic vehicles and public donations at the gate, goes to the charities.Last year we welcomed over 300 classic vehicles ; cars, motorbikes, tractors, trucks . We have a suggested minimum donation of £5 per vehicle but most owners choose to give more because they know the charities we support.
Just a legal thought! - - one cannot effectively "Charge" a fee and try to call it a "Donation"!!! The terms are mutually exclusive.