Cranleigh Lions
Classic Car Show and Autojumble Sunday 14th August 2016
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Our Nominated Charities

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 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.

Cranleigh Royal British Legion

Cranleigh Royal British Legion provides welfare for serving and ex-service people

Jigsaw School

Jigsaw School is an independent day school for children and young people with an autism spectrum disorder.

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.

Surrey Young Carers

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.

Show Sponsors

Cranleigh Lions would like to thank the following businesses, who are supporting the 2016 Classic Car Show & Autojumble

01483 273767

Dorking Service Centre
01306 747050

Jordans Car Storage
0800 917 7544

Little Manor Service Station
01483 273636

Lookers Volkswagen (Guildford)
01483 462500

Mole Valley Specialist Cars
01306 710088

PMA Motor Factors
01483 276099

Wings & Wheels

WinSpeed Motorsport
01483 537706

Classic Car Show & Autojumble was on
Sunday 14th August 2016

Two Lots of Good News

Firstly, we're very pleased to say the gentleman who was taken ill at the Classic Car Show is improving and I'm sure you will join us in wishing him a speedy recovery.

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.

Secondly, 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 in 2017.

Talking of 2017, the date for next year's Classic Car Show is Sunday 13th August 2017, we hope you can join us.

We will be releasing show details in the first part of 2017 and registration will be available shortly after Easter.

Tweets about our Classic Car Show

A Selection of Photos from the 2016 Classic Car Show