Cranleigh Lions
Classic Car Show and Autojumble Sunday 13th August 2017
Stall Holders Application Form

Download an application form for an autojumble or trade stall for our 2017 show.

Stall holder terms & conditions can be seen here.

Classic Car Registration

Online registration for classic car owners and clubs will be open on Tuesday 18th April 2017.

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Classic Car Show & Autojumble
Sunday 13th August 2017

Online Vehicle & Club Registration

Online registration for individual vehicles and clubs will be available on this page from Tuesday 18th April 2017.

General Entry

Entry for 2017 is £8 for adults, free for children under 16. A show guide is available and costs £4.

The show is open from 9.30am to 4.30pm.

Parking is free at the Cranleigh Showground.


Dogs on the Cranleigh Showground

Dogs are very welcome on the Cranleigh Showground and must be kept on a lead. Please don't leave your dog in your car in the car park as every year we have to put out at least one distressed dog message.

How to get there

Cranleigh Showground is located on the Bookhurst Road, along the B2127 which runs from Cranleigh to Ewhurst. There is additional Classic Car Show signposting indicating the turns from the A281 and A29 and directions to the Showground.



Directions to the Cranleigh Showground




By Car
By car it is most easily reached from the A281 Guildford to Horsham road, or the A24 Dorking to Horsham road. From the M25 leave at junction 9 (Leatherhead), follow the A24 southbound, then the A29, the B2126 at Ockley and then the B2127. Alternatively leave at junction 10 and travel via the A3 and Guildford.

If you are using satellite navigation the nearest post code is GU6 7DW or latitude 51.145859 north, longitude 0.468096 west.

By Bus or Train
The no. 53 bus service from Guildford to Cranleigh runs hourly on Sundays. Ask for 'Cranleigh, Park Mead' which is close to the Showground. There is also a two hourly no.63 service on Sundays between Horsham and the centre of Cranleigh. For timetable details go to www.arrivabus.co.uk.

Nearest railway stations with Sunday services are at Dorking, Guildford and Horsham. For timetable details go to www.nationalrail.co.uk.

Trade Stands and Cars for Sale

The prices for stall holders offer exceptional value for money. In 2016 we had over 1,700 classic vehicles of all shapes and sizes and a total of over 5,000 visitors.

Autojumble - £6 per metre (minimum 5 metres) in advance, before 1st August 2017

Antique stalls - £5 per metre (minimum 4 metres) in advance, before 1st August 2017

Cars for Sale - sell your classic vehicle - £25 per vehicle in advance or on the day, includes two trips around the arena with commentary plus parking in the Cars for Sale section. In 2014 a BMW 318 convertible was sold within 2 minutes of entering the arena! Full details of Cars for Sale.

Under cover in the barn:
Large areas between grids - £55
On back wall of the barn - £8 per metre
Barn space sells out quickly, so please contact us for availability. Tables not supplied.

A booking form for Cars for Sale and stalls is available here until 1st August 2017. After the 1st you can still turn up on the 13th August and pay on the day at £50 for 5m width. Please note pay on the day is subject to availability and payment must be made in cash on entry to the showground.

Contacts

For postal registrations, trade stands and autojumble enquiries: email carshow@cranleighlions.org or leave a message on our answering service 01483 338280.

Please Note

Attractions are subject to change due to weather, availability and circumstances outside of our control.

The 2016 Classic Car Show

We're very pleased to say the gentleman who was taken ill at the Classic Car Show survived and undoubtedly without the swift response of the Cranleigh Fire Service and St John Ambulance the outcome would have been different. It wasn't the demonstration we planned, nevertheless it showed how professional and calm the emergency services are in dealing with a life threatening incident such as this.

You may have heard Mike Brewer talking about how the south-east Lions Clubs, including Cranleigh, have been supporting night flying for the Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance and you can read about this initiative on our Eggstravaganza page.

Overall we had a very successful day with just over £25,000 profit. Some of the money raised will go directly to the six charities listed on the right and the remainder will be used throughout the next 12 months to support individuals, families and charitable organisations that need our help.

If you had anything to do with the day, in any shape or form, a big thank you from the Cranleigh Lions and the people we help. We really couldn't do it without you.

A special mention must go to Mike Brewer, his family and team, who not only find time in their busy schedule to spend the whole day with us, they don't charge a bean for their time. As a gesture of thanks, Cranleigh Lions Club has made a donation to their favourite Oxford based charity SeeSaw. We're in Mike's busy diary and we hope he can make it back this year.

Tweets about our Classic Car Show

A Selection of Photos from the 2016 Classic Car Show