NO BOOKING REQUIRED! Displaying your vehicle really couldn’t be easier. All you need do is turn up on the day.
All Motorcycles and Pre-war vehicles should head for the Market Square and all Post-War vehicles’ please make their way to Cofferidge Close or the High Street. Our team of volunteer marshals will be on hand to help point you in the right direction. If you could avoid arriving too early, as we will be busy setting up the relevant display areas.
As in previous years, drivers/owners will be asked to fill in a simple vehicle information card for the windscreen (Downloadable Version) and a registration card to be returned to the information point in the Market Square. This card will enable us to keep you informed about out future events.
Exhibitors will be politely asked for a purely voluntary donation to our chosen charity Willen Hospice (suggested minimum donation of £5 per vehicle); this is absolutely optional/voluntary, anything you give will be hugely appreciated.
While you’re at the information point, why not take the opportunity to buy one of our very collectable Vintage Stony 2023 badges. We only make 100 pieces – when they’re gone they are truly gone – so get in early if you would like one.
In addition this year we have produced an enamel collectors badge in memory of a dear friend and event supporter Simon Diffey. All money collected for these badges will be donated to the Simon Diffey Heritage Motorsport Apprentice Award. For further information click here.
09.30am – The Market Square opens to Pre-war Cars and Motorcycles.
09.30am – Classic Cars in Cofferidge Close, (accessed off Silver Street) and the High Street.
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At 12.00 We have ‘A minutes noise’ is to ‘celebrate the lives’ of two very special people who were involved in the motoring world, Simon Diffey and Richard Odell, both will be sadly missed by us all. Our thoughts are always with their families.
At 12.30 Our Pre-War Prize giving in the Market Square, (Categories shown under AWARDS).
2PM is the official finishing time.
Vehicles (and spectators) tend to arrive pretty much all morning and depart early afternoon. Although the event winds up at 2pm there is absolutely no hurry for you to leave.
12.00 We have ‘A Minutes Noise’ is to ‘celebrate the lives’ of two very special people who were involved in the motoring world, Simon Diffey and Richard Odell, both will be sadly missed by us all. Our thoughts are always with their families.
12.30 Our ‘Awards Presentation’ held in the Market Square. (Not to be taken too seriously, unless you win one!!)
Vintage (Pre-War) Vehicle Awards:
LADIES CHOICE – Circa 1910 - STANLEY Steamer - Model 72
BEST BRITISH BUILT PRE-WAR VEHICLE – 1926 Bentley - 6 1/2 litre - Landaulette
BEST OF SHOW – Buick Special Sedanette - V8 - 5.3 litre
BEST MOTORCYCLE – 1897 LEON BOLLE
THE CHERISHED CHOICE AWARD – Rover 14hp
SPIRIT OF THE EVENT – 1929 Humber 16/50 Tourer