The popular car show, Classics at Glemham, is once again returning this summer and will be raising funds for St Elizabeth Hospice.
Taking place between 10.30am and 5pm on 4th September at Glemham Hall, the family fun day and car show, will feature a range of classic cars, car club stands, children’s attractions including magic show, military vehicles, commercial vehicles and motorcycles on display.
A number of attractions have already been announced for the event, including many steam engines, such as the Suffolk Punch Steamer, and appearances from Healey Drivers Club as well as Suffolk Sports and Supercar Club.
Classics at Glemham will also feature live music, food and drink, children’s entertainment, auto jumble and trade stands.
With a donation being made to the independent Suffolk charity, St Elizabeth Hospice, which this year is Classics at Glemham’s official charity partner.
Celia Joseph, community relationships fundraising manager at St Elizabeth Hospice, said: “We are delighted Classics at Glemham have chosen the hospice as the beneficiary charity for this year’s event.
“Classics at Glemham is always an amazing day, featuring an array of stunning vehicles as well as entertainment for all the family to enjoy.
“Their support will make a big difference to the hospice’s work, as we deliver care to patients and their families throughout East Suffolk, Great Yarmouth and Waveney, who are living through difficult times in their lives.”
All entry tickets must be purchased in advance of the event via www.thelittleboxoffice.com/classicsglemham but children under 15 years of age (accompanied by an adult) can enter free of charge.
For more information about Classics at Glemham visit www.classicsglemham.org.uk