Classic car show and drive-in-movie to raise funds for Magpas

PUBLISHED: 11:59 11 August 2017 | UPDATED: 11:59 11 August 2017

Last year's event at Hemingford Pavilion.

Last year's event at Hemingford Pavilion.

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A selection of classic cars will be on display at a charity event at Hemingford Pavilion next month.

The Classic Affair, on September 2, includes a drive-in-movie and other family entertainment.

As well as classic cars and bikes, there will be stalls, a raffle and refreshments. The event will include a Rolls Royce Merlin engine which will be on display and this will be fired up at regular intervals. The Littleport Brass Band will provide musical entertainment and children can watch a selection of films throughout the afternoon in a cinema room at the pavilion.

The drive-in movie will show The Gumball Rally, which is open to all cars, not just classics, and booking in advance is required, price is £15 per car.

Visitors are welcome to bring picnics and dress up to reflect the era of their vehicles. Afternoon entertainment is from 2pm till 6.30pm and the film showing is at 7.45pm.

Entry is free and parking is available on the pavilion field.

All profits from the event will be donated to the Magpas Air Ambulance charity.

INFO: For all enquiries and bookings, contact Hazel Quest at Quest Brothers Classic Cars on 01480 700440 or by e-mail: aclassicaffair@yahoo.com

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