Don’t forget to pick up one of the Limited Edition Vintage Stony Lapel Badges for ‘2022’.
Only 100 produced, when they’re gone they are truly gone!!
All profit from the sale of these badges goes to Willen Hospice.
Classic Stony 2021 took place on the 29th August.
Another superb turn out and a great fund raising effort. We are delighted to announce that ‘we’ collected a record £6,700 in aid of Willen Hospice.
Thank You to everyone who visited on the day and donated.
Please visit classicstony.co.uk for the latest information.
Classic Stony will be back on Sunday 5th June 2022, so please add it to your diary.
The jewel in the crown of Milton Keynes and home of Vintage Stony. We can’t lay claim to putting Stony Stratford on the map – the Romans did that for us, but we do run two pretty special and popular car and motorcycle festivals in Stony, that have been growing steadily in size and stature for the past 10 years.
Our New Year’s Day event showcases pre-1940 cars and bikes, which have pride of place in the Market Square. Expect to ‘see’ a great deal of Vintage cars and bikes and even a few commercials, expect to ‘hear’ a cacophony of engines as we celebrate the New Year with ‘one minutes noise’ at midday, followed at 12.30, by our unmissable awards presentation, expect to ‘eat and drink’ at one of the many pubs and restaurants and stalls that open up especially to welcome you. Oh, and you can expect a free bacon butty if you are one of the first of the vintage pilots to arrive.
Its free for spectators and drivers but donations to Willen Hospice would be appreciated. We are informed that they need to raise an astonishing 4.7 million a year to make it all happen, so please give generously – every little helps and any donation no matter how small will be gratefully received.
We look forward to seeing you here.
Funds Raised from Stony’s Vintage and Classic meetings
Vintage Stony 2020 raised £5,850, our sister event Classic Stony 2021 generated a further £6,700, bringing the total raised to over £80,000 over the years.
All of these donations are sent to the local Hospice at Willen.