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The Friends of Atwell-Wilson Motor Museum are holding a Road Run on Saturday 8th July and their 15th Annual Classic Vehicle Show on Sunday 9th July 2017.
We look forward to welcoming classic vehicles of all descriptions to the event and this years theme is in celebration of 50 years of the Ford Cortina 1600E.
The Road Run starts from the museum on the afternoon of Saturday 8th; gates open at 15:00 for a 16:00 start.
The cost of the Road Run for a car and its occupants is £6.00.
This year the Road Run will end back at the Motor Museum where food and hot or soft drinks will be available. We do hope you will join us and share your Road Run stories.
The Annual Classic Vehicle Show will take place in the grounds of the Motor Museum on Sunday 9th. Admission is £7.00 per person for non-exhibitors payable at the gate; gates open at 08:00 for exhibitors and 10:00 for the general public.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Contact the Show Secretary: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: 01249 814848
What are the Prices?
|Child Admission to Site and Museum:|
|Children 4 and under||Free|
|Children aged 5-15 inclusive||
£1 at Site Admission Point on the day (includes entry to the Museum)
|Those aged 16 and over||Adult Prices|
|Road Run (Saturday – pre-booked via website)|
|Road Run||£6 per car|
|Show Day (Sunday – Entry via Site Admission Point at the Main Gate)|
|Visitors (General Public)||£7 per person (price includes all day parking and entry to Museum)|
|Trade Stand Owners||Site Admission Free;|
|Trade Stand Fees|
|Site admission Free for 1 Exhibitor and 1 Passenger per Exhibit (pre-booked via website)|
|or £7.00 per person on the day|
|All other Exhibitor guests £7|
1. Entry to the Museum is by wristband only and this is included in the £7 Site Entry Fee
2. Entry to the Museum for Trade Stand owners and Exhibitors & their 1 passenger is via wristband which can be purchased any time on the day at the site Admission Point.
If I am an exhibitor, why do I have to pay to go into the Museum?
The Show is run by the Friends of the Museum. The Museum allow us free use of the field and amenities but as the Museum operates independently they need to charge the normal entry fee for all visitors to the Museum.
Do I have to bring insurance documentation to the event?
Yes; Please note that by purchasing a pass you undertake to have the vehicle/vehicles suitably insured for Third Party Liability Cover as a condition of displaying it/ them at the above event and will provide written evidence if required by the organisers. You confirm that the driver/drivers of the vehicles entered hold the appropriate licence and is/are not disqualified. Please have a copy of your insurance certificate with you at the show.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
No there are no ID requirements.
All children under the age of 14 years must be accompanied by an adult.
Do I have to bring my printed pass to the event?
Only vehicles displaying the official pass and holding a third party liability insurance certificate will be allowed on site.
What time do the gates open for the Road Run on 8 July?
Gates open at 15:00
What time can I set up my Trade/Display/Exhibition Stand on 9 July?
Set up begins from 08:00. If you wish to set up the evening before please contact email@example.com
What happens with my information?
FAWMM will only use your information for this and future FAWMM events. FAWMM will not share your information with third parties.
How do I book a camping pitch?
Tel: 01249 814848
How do I become a Friend of Atwell-Wilson Motor Museum?
To become a Friend of Atwell-Wilson Motor Museum please go to www.atwellwilson.org.uk or contact the membership secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org. Annual membership fees are modest and if you join on Show Day you won't pay the 'one-off' joining fee!
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Friends of Atwell Wilson Motor Museum
The Friends of Atwell Wilson Motor Museum (FAWMM) formed in 1997 with the aim of enabling its members to help preserve some of our motoring past, by giving time to the museum on a voluntary basis.
Ranging from “hands on” help, such as day to day maintenance of the museum and its collection, through raising awareness of the museum at events to fund-raising activities at classic car shows and local events where we sell tickets for the annual raffle of a car. All the money raised goes to the upkeep of the Museum and its collection.
The highlight of the year is the Friends’ Annual Classic Vehicle Show, traditionally held in July, which attracts many hundreds of vehicles and enthusiasts. It is preceded on the evening before by the annual road run, which culminates in a social gathering.