About the Market Harborough Classic Car Show

to be held Sunday 5th July, 2020.

Market Harborough Classic Car Show takes place throughout the town's historic streets. Last year over 26,000 visitors flocked to the town to see over 200 cars and other vehicles displayed. This year's event will feature live music, food stalls with food from the Harborough District and activities for children in the town's Memorial Gardens - Punch and Judy and face-painting. For registration please got o www.harborough.gov.uk/classiccarshow

- Helen Nicholls- Harborough District Council      


 

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Market Harborough Classic Car Show Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Helen Nicholls
  • Organisation: Harborough District Council
  • Address: Throughout the town centre, Market Harborough
  • Postcode: LE16 7PD
  • Phone: 01858 828282

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