Covering the districts in Derbyshire. Leicestershire. Northamptonshire. Nottinghamshire. Staffordshire. Warwickshire. West Midlands. Herefordshire. Worcestershire.
Established in 2013, covering the districts of Aldridge-Brownhills, Amber Valley, Ashfield, Banbury, Bassetlaw, Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, Erdington, Birmingham, Hall Green, Birmingham, Hodge Hill, Birmingham, Ladywood, Birmingham, Northfield, Birmingham, Perry Barr, Birmingham, Selly Oak, Birmingham, Yardley, Bolsover, Bosworth, Brecon and Radnorshire, Bromsgrove, Broxtowe, Buckingham, Burton, Cannock Chase, Charnwood, Congleton, Corby, Coventry North East, Coventry North West, Coventry South, Crewe and Nantwich, Daventry, Derby North, Derby South, Derbyshire Dales, Dudley North, Dudley South, Eddisbury, Erewash, Forest of Dean, Gainsborough, Gedling, Grantham and Stamford, Halesowen and Rowley Regis, Harborough, Hereford and South Herefordshire, Kenilworth and Southam, Kettering, Leicester East, Leicester South, Leicester West, Lichfield, Loughborough, Ludlow, Mansfield, Meriden, Mid Derbyshire, Mid Worcestershire, Milton Keynes North, Newark, Newcastle-under-Lyme, North East Bedfordshire, North East Derbyshire, North Herefordshire, North Shropshire, North Warwickshire, North West Leicestershire, Northampton North, Northampton South, Nottingham East, Nottingham North, Nottingham South, Nuneaton, Redditch, Rugby, Rushcliffe, Rutland and Melton, Sherwood, Shrewsbury and Atcham, Sleaford and North Hykeham, Solihull, South Derbyshire, South Leicestershire, South Northamptonshire, South Staffordshire, Stafford, Staffordshire Moorlands, Stoke-on-Trent Central, Stoke-on-Trent North, Stoke-on-Trent South, Stone, Stourbridge, Stratford-on-Avon, Sutton Coldfield, Tamworth, Telford, Tewkesbury, The Cotswolds, The Wrekin, Walsall North, Walsall South, Warley, Warwick and Leamington, Wellingborough, West Bromwich East, West Bromwich West, West Worcestershire, Wolverhampton North East, Wolverhampton South East, Wolverhampton South West, Worcester, and Wyre Forest. We list 644 Jumble Related Events, Clubs, Museums and Services in Midlands and adjoining postcodes.
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Launched at the Earls Court Motor Show on 20th September 1948, the Morris Minor was the first British car to reach a production of one million. Over 1.6 million were eventually made and exported all over the world, until production ceased in 1971. The Morris Minor Day will play host to vehicle displays, club stands and trade stands. Timed vehicle parades will also feature in the event, with Morris Minors driving through the Village’s period cobbled street, under the elegant Bowes-Lyon Bridge and weaving in and out of the vintage tram service.- Cara Marchant, Crich Morris Minor Day.
The 14th Classic Car and Bike Winter Restoration Show takes place on the Sunday between Christmas and New year at The Donington Park Exhibition Hall, Castle Donington.- Andrew Greenwood, 14th Classic Car and Bike Winter Restoration Show.
There will be no 2015 Eastnor show as the ARC Nationals are scheduled to take place over the same may weekend in 2015 at Eastnor. (But keep an eye out here in case that changes https://www.facebook.com/pages/Eastnor-Land-Rover-Show/177163562388542).- Mark Woodward, Land Rover Heritage Drive In Day to Eastnor Castle.
Launched in 2013 this exciting new event will be held again in the manicured parkland of Stanford Hall. Centrally located with easy access from the M1 and A1M motorways, this superb stately home will be host to extensive displays of classic cars, bikes and commercial vehicles of all marques and nationalities. The event incorporates a classic car concours competition which forms the centrepiece of the event. Attractions include aerobatics, a tribute band and autojumble.- Phil Ward, Summertime Classics Auto Italian Car Concours.
The unmmissable pick of the very best of member's surplus stocks and hidden treasure troves plus professional auto jumblers. If you can't find it here then it probably doesn't exist! Public admission is pegged at £3 per adult, children under 10 free. Doors open at 10.00am and the event will close at 2.00pm. Hot and cold food will be available all day. Basic pitch prices for sellers remain at £5 and trestle tables also remain at £2. This is usually a sell out event so please get your reservation in early as its a first come first served allocation process for space and tables.- Ian Till, VBOA Spring Parts Day & Autojumble.
The area available to us at the stadium is V-A-S-T and tarmac surfaced. Drivers without the luxury of power steering will appreciate the gentle curves in the roadways on the approach and on site. Static buses and coaches will be spaciously exhibited. There’s ample space for classic cars to be displayed in club groups alongside individually entered vehicles and more than sufficient raised/pavement areas for trade stands (selling transport related goods).- Lynda Fee, Potteries Transport Rally and Running Day.
The Vintage Carnival is a one-day festival of vintage with classic cars, shopping, street food, live music, bars etc.- Jess J, Vintage Carnival.
We have a huge pre-1980s classic car display and we’d looking for more vehicles to join us. It could be cars, scooters, motorbike, caravans, camper vans etc. All classic vehicle exhibitors get two free tickets to the event. Pre-booking is essential. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Step back in time to Britain on the Home Front at our World War II / 1940’s Event. Historic wartime road and military vehicles will be on display and mingling with our vintage trams from the 1940’s period. You will be entertained with war-time songs from a variety of entertainers throughout the day including: Jayne Darling; Kevin Mac; Marina Mae;The Bluebird Belles and Peter Wayre. There will be children’s activities each day including an Easter egg hunt for children aged 4 - 15 years. The Red Lion Pub will serve drinks, including cask ales, while visitors can join in with traditional pub games. Visitors dressing in 1940’s / World War II Home Front costume will receive reduced admission prices.- Cara Marchant, Crich Easter 1940s World War II Home Front Weekend.
The National Rally this year will be held at the British Motor Museum. The museum has recently undergone many changes and will hopefully provide an interesting day out for all our members. There are several new exhibitions since we last visited so lots to catch up on. For more details on the venue please refer to their website where you can learn more about all the goings on during the year. There is a cafe open during the day and a wide range of facilities for all the family. We have negotiated a discounted rate (payable on the day) for admission to the museum of £10 for adults and £6 for children (aged 5-16). Children under the age of 5 can enter free of charge.- David Greenwell, Rover P4 Drivers Guild National Rally.
Celebrate Father’s Day by visiting Trentham Gardens for a classic day out! The stunning Trentham Gardens is the perfect backdrop to host over 1,000 vehicles including; classic motorcycles and fabulous commercial vehicles. Over 50 car club stands representing Jaguar, MG, Mazda and others as well as plenty of trade and autojumble stands. Veteran, vintage and classics cars plus some great modified motors will also be on display. New for 2017! Come and enjoy our ‘Car Catwalk’ show finale. See www.classicmotorshows.uk for further information. Enquiries 0845 879 1028 or email email@example.com.- Stephen Smith, Father's Classic Day Out.
See the Events section on www.rileyregister.co.uk for more details and a booking form.- Mrs D. Ager, Riley Register International Rally.
Vintage, Classic, Sports Cars and Bikes, VW Camper Vans, Hovercraft Rides, Military Vehicles and Farm machinery!- John Clarke, Husbands Bosworth Festival.
The biggest gathering of Vauxhalls, Bedfords and Opels in the world. Over 30 clubs and 2500 vehicles make the annual pilgrimage the rally. Featuring the biggest and best autojumble it’s an un-missable event if you own or just love all things Vauxhall, Bedford and Opel.- VBOA, VBOA National Rally.
Classic vehicle event which includes, cars, lorries, motorbikes, scooter, tractors and buses. Running pit steam engine. Nature walks. Cafe on site. Pit museum to visit. Anyone wishing to show a vehicle, please telephone. Thankyou.- Derek Gelsthorpe, Motors At The Mine.
The Classic vehicles (generally pre 1980) will be on display to the general public at the towns Castle Fields and there will also be the opportunity for the vehicle owners to tour historic attractions in the town. Entry by pre registration only.- Roy Murphy, Higham Ferrers Classic Car Show.
The UK’s Top Mini Show for owners of Classic Minis and New MINIS, plus Mini Clubs and a Mini show for car fans of all ages. Mini In The Park (‘mitp’ for short) is the only British Mini show that features Mini Concours, Mini Run-What-Ya-Brung (RWYB) racing, Mini Club car displays, a Win-A-Mini competition, Mini Trade Stands and Autojumble, plus lots of great action and entertainment, and a great Mini festival atmosphere.- Neil English, Mini In The Park.