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Cirencester Classic Car Show, Market Place.


Sunday 28th June, 2020

When and where is the next 2020 show?  The Cirencester Classic Car Show WAS planned to take place at Market Place, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2NX, Sunday 28th June, 2020. The event organisers are available on 01285 64 4214 for general, and trade inquiries.

What can I expect at the Cirencester Classic Car Show?

The event has been cancelled by the organisers.

W e are a free, local classic car show in Cirencester. This is a Charity Event with all the proceeds going to Cirencester based charity Cirencester Housing for Young People (CHYP), a small local charity that provides supported accommodation for vulnerable young people who find themselves homeless through no fault of their own. There will be a variety of beautiful classic and vintage cars on display accompanied by their devoted owners. The event is supported by Cirencester Antiques Centre, Langley Wellington LLP Solicitors, Thomson & Partners and Cirencester Town Council. website:

Where is the Show taking place?

Market Place



GL7 2NX : Use this postcode for satellite navigation systems.

Please do not contact us directly about this event as we publicise the event only. The contact name and number are shown above.
— ED, Classic Events


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 'Cirencester Classic Car Show' event holder directly to confirm all details (especially event name, dates and location) before setting off to Gloucestershire.

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S Passmoresays...

I don't think drivers are complaining about where the entrance fee goes, it's more that if you attend a car show anywhere else the owners of the exhibits are not charged, the public through the gate pay. This discussion has been going on for years. There will always be two sides to this. The public will not be required to donate £10, so why should the people donating their exhibits pay? It's true what has been said already, you have no show in the first place without them? I wish you luck with the show but after the cost of restoration and at 10 MPG to get cars to shows, our club members no longer patronize any shows that charge the exhibitors a fee.

William Morrissays...

I am sorry to hear you are disappointed with the booking fee, however Andy is correct as all the proceeds are going towards CHYP charity. This includes the booking fees and donations on the day.

Andy Robothamsays...

doesnt the entrance fee go to support the chyp charity you should check your facts before you comment


I agree with Gary Cooper. We have a 1972 Triumph GT6, perfect condition. Our friends have a 1940 Buick, immaculate, very USA....We will be arriving as general public....the public have lost out, we're not paying £10 to enter. We pay to keep the cars in a condition the public like to see.

Gary Coopersays...

Pay to enter your car then the public attend free of charge YOU HAVE IT THE WRONG WAY ROUND . WITHOUTt THE CARS YOU WOULD HAVE NO SHOW !!!!!!!


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  • GL7 2NX

  • Latitude : 51.717274

    Longitude : -1.966964

  • Grid Ref : SP023020

  • Easting : 402379

    Northing : 202061