Cranleigh Lions
Classic Car Show and Autojumble Sunday 17th August 2014
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Our Nominated Charities

The 2014 Classic Car Show & Autojumble will raise money for Cranleigh Lions' local projects and the following charities:

Oakleaf

Oakleaf is the only mental health charity in Surrey working as a social enterprise to provide vocational training for those suffering from mental health issues.
www.oakleaf-enterprise.org


Cranleigh Riding for the Disabled Group

Cranleigh RDA Group enables people with disabilites to ride or carriage drive to benefit their health and well being and to achieve their goals.
www.cranleighrdagroup.co.uk


Rowleys Centre for the Community

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.
www.rowleyscranleigh.co.uk


TALK Surrey

TALK supports people with aphasia and their families in Surrey. We have six groups in different parts of Surrey offering long-term social support to people with aphasia.
www.talksurrey.org.uk

Show Sponsors

Cranleigh Lions would like to thank the following businesses, who are supporting the 2014 Classic Car Show & Autojumble

Aerobytes
01483 273767
www.aerobytes.co.uk

Coops Insurance
0208 641 3131
www.coops.co.uk

Dorking Service Centre
01306 747050
www.dorkingservice.co.uk

Guildford Tyre
01483 562300
www.guildfordtyre.co.uk

Jordans Car Storage
0800 917 7544
www.jordanscarstorage.com

PMA Motor Factors
01483 276099
www.pma-motor-factors.co.uk

TM Motors
0208 941 4044
www.tmmotors.net

Wings & Wheels
www.wingsandwheels.net

WinSpeed Motorsport
01483 537706
www.winspeedmotorsport.com

Classic Car Show & Autojumble
Sunday 17th August 2014

The 2014 Classic Car Show will be on Sunday 17th August 2014 at the usual venue of the Cranleigh Showground.

If you've not been to our car show before you are in for a treat!

During the course of the day we have around 1,800 classic vehicles (not 200 as was mis-printed in the Surrey Advertiser recently) of all shapes and sizes visit us, from motorcycles to massive commercial and military vehicles.

  • Our oldest vehicle is a 1921 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost
  • The furthest distance travelled to show a classic car - Utrecht in The Netherlands, 334 miles (1958 Porsche 356), which you can see in the arena at 11.10am
  • Update in the arena at 11.10am on the rolling restoration of an MGB GT bought days before the 2013 classic car show
  • Barn find Jaguar Mk5 Drophead, built over 2 years from a dismantled car
  • An 1984 Open Manta found in a Spanish barn, bough for 100, shipped back to the UK and fully restored
  • Vehicles from less known manufacturers such as Beauford, Borgward, Domino, Gaz-Volga, Greeves, Imz and caravan manufacturer Winchester
Classic vehicles, clubs, arena events, autojumble, stands, food, drink and attractions for the kids
Classic vehicles, clubs arena events, autojumble, stands, food, drink and attractions for the kids

There are autojumble, trade and craft stands plus food, drink, and live music from Logical Tickle. With attractions for the kids it's a day out for the whole family.

Brooklands Museum Trust will be returning with a larger stand, more vehicles and two trips to the arena. They will be joined by radio and tv presenter Ed "Stewpot" Stewart, best know for presenting Junior Choice, Crackerjack and Top of the Pops.

Talking of the arena, Cranleigh Lion, TV presenter and classic vehicle enthusiast, Mark Evans will be on the commentary team this year.

Cranleigh Lions and TV presenter Mark Evans commentating at the 2012 Classic Car Show
Cranleigh Lions and TV presenter Mark Evans commentating at the 2012 Classic Car Show

We'll be celebrating some automotive birthdays this year, including the Austin Cambridge, Sunbeam Tiger and Ford Mustang and also looking at one of the UK's best loved cars, the Mini and celebrating 50 years since it's first international rally win in Monte Carlo.

There's also a chance to win a prize by working out the value of the cars in the arena at 3pm.

Talking of prizes, you have a chance of winning one of many superb prizes, including a light aircraft flight for two, with our Classic Raffle. Tickets cost just £1 and because we have the prizes donated, ALL the money raised goes to support Cranleigh Lions' work.

The Ford Mustang, 50 this year
The Ford Mustang, 50 this year

General Entry

Entry for 2014 is 6 for adults, free for children under 16. A programme listing all registered classic car entrants up to 28th July 2014 costs £3.

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 have not been increased this year and offer exceptional value for money. In 2013 we had approximately 1,700 classic vehicles of all shapes and sizes and a total of around 4,500 visitors.


Stall holder space is only available on a pay on the day basis at 45 for 5m width. Please note pay on the day is subject to availability and payment must be made in cash.

Automart is available on the day at 25 per vehicle.

Contacts

Postal registrations, trade stands and autojumble enquiries have closed. Pay on the day will be available on the Sunday 17th August 2014, subject to space, on a first come, first served basis at 45 (cash) for 5m width.

Online registration enquires have closed so we can set out the showground.

Please Note

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

Photographs from the 2013 Classic Car Show

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