Classic Cars

Thank you for your interest, however online and postal bookings for our 2017 show have now closed.

We welcome entries from Period classic cars and commercial vehciles older than 1976. All exhibitors are required to complete a late booking application form at booking in, in order to obtain the required wristbands for entry into the site. The site closes at 6pm to the public and only wristband holders may remain on site, wristbands will be issued to you when you arrive.

A maximum of 4 wristbands will be given per classic vehicle to exhibitors on arrival. Additional wristbands can be purchased from the Booking in Tent on arrival. Wristbands cannot be issued on behalf of another and must be secured before proceeding onto the show ground. They will be checked by Security and MFM Staff while on site. If you are not wearing a wristband you will not be served at the Bar or Catering Facilities outside of show hours and will be escorted to the Booking in Tent to purchase one.

It is against the Law to sell alcohol to anyone under the age of 18. Please ensure you have proof of age available on arrival if requested by a member of either the Security or MFM Staff when being issued wristbands.

Admittance Fees:

Vehicles pre-1950:
Free entry
Vehicles between 1951 and 1976:
Weekend fee of £10 per classic car or vehicle (the fee is the same if you stay for a single day, or the entire weekend).
For those who have booked electroncally: Once your booking has been confirmed, you will be sent an email from our vehicles team with further instructions including how to pay for your vehicle entry (if applicable).

Please note:

Classic vehicles will be placed on a first come, first served basis due to limited space. If you would like to have a space alongside another vehicle owner, you will need to arrive together.

The site opens to exhibitors for setting up as of 2pm on Thursday 10th August and you must be onsite by 10am on public days, no movement of cars will be possible during show public opening hours for health and safety reasons.