Photo gallery: Sheringham classic car rally for St George’s Day

17:21 27 April 2014

Keith and Carol Walker of Ludham in their 1958 TR3A. Picture: KAREN BETHELL

Keith and Carol Walker of Ludham in their 1958 TR3A. Picture: KAREN BETHELL


A record 300 classic cars revved into Sheringham today (Sunday) to take part in an annual St George’s Day charity run held in aid of the East Anglian Air Ambulance.

Club secretary Roy Buckley thanked all those who helped with the event, including his fellow committee members, volunteer marshals and Cromer car body shop owner Matthew Boyer, who provided free breakdown cover in his Reliant Realto three-wheeler.

“We have been really pleased as this is the biggest number of cars we have ever had - we even had to close entries a few days ago as we were running out of space,” Mr Buckley said.

“The club works very hard to deliver a good experience for everybody and I think we must be doing something right as we will hopefully make as much money as last year, if not even more.”

Because of the large number of entries, organisers are considering having two starting points for next year’s run, which will end up on the Sandringham estate.

For more information, visit the club website:


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