Classic cars and motorcycles at Lytham Hall
After a hugely successful event at Leighton Hall earlier in the month, Mark Woodward brings his Classic Car and Motorcycle Show to Lytham Hall.
Mark’s shows are renowned within the classic car community as being fantastic days out not just for motoring enthusiasts, but for family visitors too. With only the very best vintage vehicles on show, it’s the perfect day of motoring nostalgia, and the only date in the year that sees this glorious parade of gorgeous classic cars here on the Fylde coast.
Taking place on the 31st July, this fantastic event gives visitors the chance to get up close to over 250 classic cars and bikes, as well as the opportunity to speak to exhibitors about their passion.
Owners of classic MGs, Triumph Stags, Austin Seven’s and Land Rovers and more, will be proudly presenting their treasured automobiles for everyone to enjoy. Alongside the classic cars, the lawns of this gorgeous Georgian house will be littered with displays of motorcycles, vans, 4x4s and ex-military vehicles. There’s chance to pick up a rare or discontinued part, bag a bargain or just enjoy browsing the many exhibits.
Highlights of the show include an arena with commentary, trade stands and lots of club displays.
Mark said “I organise a lot of different shows, but I always love coming back here. I used to live in Lytham and it does feel like coming home. This event gives our exhibitors chance to polish their bonnets and dust off their pride and joys. It’s a fun packed day out for visitors, that will get even the most keyed up of classic car enthusiasts into gear”.
This fine grade I listed 18th century manor house is the last venue in the North West to play host to one of Mark’s shows, so visitors should head to Lytham and enjoy the sights and sounds of motoring from a by-gone era, while it’s on our doorstep.
Just 6 miles from Blackpool, Lytham Hall is situated in 78 acres of mature parkland, and was built for Thomas Clifton by John Carr of York between 1752-1764. During the event the hall and grounds are open (a small extra admission charge applies if you wish to tour the hall) and refreshments will be served in their delightful tearoom.