The 2016 Classic Car Show & Autojumble will raise money for Cranleigh Lions' local projects and the following charities:
Challengers is a play centre for disabled children and young people. Challengers have play and youth centres in Guilford and Farnham and a range of community based projects across Surrey and surrounding areas.
Cranleigh RDA Group enables people with disabilites to ride or carriage drive to benefit their health and well being and to achieve their goals.
Jigsaw School is an independent day school for children and young people with an autism spectrum disorder.
Rowleys Centre for the Community is a lifeline community service providing a comfortable and sociable environment for the residents of Cranleigh and the surrounding villages.
Surrey Young Carers has been supporting young carers under 18 across the county since 1996, helping with the caring role and school, plus arranging activities and providing opportunities to discover new interests and make friends.
Cranleigh Lions would like to thank the following businesses, who are supporting the 2016 Classic Car Show & Autojumble
Classic Car Show & Autojumble Sunday 14th August 2016
A Fun Day Out for ALL the Family!
Come and Meet Wheeler Dealer Mike Brewer at our Classic Car Show
We're delighted to announce that Mike Brewer, presenter of the popular Discovery series Wheeler Dealers, journalist, producer, campaigner, motoring enthusiast, family man and all round good guy is coming back to host our show for the second year.
Mike works non-stop throughout the day talking to some of the classic vehicle owners in the arena plus there will be an opportunity to meet Mike and purchase Wheeler Dealers merchandising from Mike's stall.
Our annual Classic Car Show & Autojumble will be on Sunday 14th August 2016 at its usual venue of the Cranleigh Showground from 9.30am to 4.30pm
If you've not been to our car show before you are in for a treat!
For members of the family that aren't so excited about the 1,800 classic vehicles of all shapes and sizes visit us during the day, we have plenty of other attractions:
Craft and antique stands
Rides and attractions for the kids including Disney inflatable slide, chair-o-plane ride, bungee trampoline, roundabout and kid's strength test
The popular Lions' train running around the showground
Live jazz band from 11am
Plenty of food and drink, from an early breakfast, through lunch to afternoon tea
Of course we still have all the usual car show attractions including autojumble and trade stands, arena events hosted by TV's Mike Brewer, car clubs and many unusual vehicles including:
An original 1974 Peugeot 304S Cabriolet used in Stella Artois advertising in 2012
A 1961 BMW Isetta 300 restored from a rusty shell and boxes of bits in 2008
Bought for just £40 in 1996, a 1968 Ford Escort undergoing a rolling restoration
An eclectic selection of commercial and agricultural vehicles
Many restoration projects, some professional, some completed by determined owners in cold, cramped garages
Classic speedway motorcycles, plus a varied collection from the Dorking & District Motorcycle Club
The Cranleigh Lions Classic Car show is a annual fixture for the Brooklands Museum Trust who will have an interesting variety of vehicles and will be taking part in two trips to the arena at 11.30am and 2.30pm.
While you are on their stand, don't forget to take a look at the Brooklands Routemaster bus, which is celebrating 60 years since the iconic form of transport came into service.
Amazing Auction Prize
If you have ever fancied being a passenger in a Group 4 rally car, now is your opportunity!
We are auctioning four opportunities to sit in the passenger seat of a rare Renault 5 Turbo Group 4 rally car, as it completes a high speed run of Dunsfold Park runway at Wings & Wheels on either the 27th or 28th August 2016.
This 270bhp, rear engined beauty of a car won the 1982 French Rally Championship and was driven by rally stars Jean Ragnotti and Jean-Luc Thérier. The four winners of the auction are in for quite a ride!
You can find more out about the Renault in our packed Show Guide, which costs just £4.
Last year we auctioned rides in the DAM4100 Group B rally car, which you can see in this video, so you know what you are letting yourself in for!
Bids can be placed on the Brookland's stand where the Renault will be parked on the day of the show only. We're only collecting bids, winning bids are paid for during the week after our Classic Car Show. Full terms and conditions of the auction are available.
Entry for 2016 is £7 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, which is well sign posted in the immediate vicinity, and will have additional signposting for the Classic Car Show, is located on the edge of Cranleigh, along the B2127 which runs from Cranleigh to Ewhurst.
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 Automart
The prices for stall holders offer exceptional value for money. In 2015 we had over 1,700 classic vehicles of all shapes and sizes and a total of around 4,500 visitors.
Autojumble - £5 per metre, minimum 5 metres before 1st August 2016 or £50 for 5 metres on the day (limited availability on first come, first served basis, payment in cash only on entry to the showground)
Antique stalls - £5 per metre, minimum 4 metres before 1st August 2016 or £50 for 5 metres on the day (limited availability on first come, first served basis, payment in cash only on entry to the showground)
Cars for Sale - sell your classic vehicle - £25 per vehicle before 1st August 2016 or £25 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
Please contact us for availability. Tables not supplied.
A booking form for Cars for Sale and stalls is available here until 1st August 2016. After the 1st you can still turn up on the 14th 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.
For postal registrations, trade stands and autojumble enquiries: email email@example.com or leave a message on our answering service 01483 338280.
Attractions are subject to change due to weather, availability and circumstances outside of our control.
Some Memories from an Amazing 2015 Classic Car Show
A brilliant day at Cranleigh Classic Car Show with the Triumph Sports Six Club Thames area and Surrey… https://t.co/7zlZJO2wOI