Hundreds of classic vehicles to go on display at second Bungay Lions rally

Thousands of people enjoyed last year's Classic Vehicle Rally and Country Fayre at Earsham Hall.

Thousands of people enjoyed last year's Classic Vehicle Rally and Country Fayre at Earsham Hall. - Credit: Eastern Daily Press © 2013

More than 330 vehicles will be on display at the Bungay Area Lions Club classic vehicle rally and country fayre on Sunday.

Some of the tractors on show at last year's Classic Vehicle Rally and Country Fayre at Earsham Hall.

Some of the tractors on show at last year's Classic Vehicle Rally and Country Fayre at Earsham Hall. - Credit: Eastern Daily Press © 2013

The event, which is being staged at Earsham Hall, near Bungay, will include classic cars, tractors, bikes, trucks and military vehicles.

The cars will be on display alongside a variety of entertainment for all the family including performances from the Lowestoft Signing Choir and Castleton Brass Band.

There will also be a selection of trade and craft stalls, children's entertainment, auto jumble, a licensed bar and food and drink.

Last year's rally attracted more than 3,000 people and was opened by Norwich City legend Jeremy Goss.


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Dawn Collis, one of the organisers, said: 'Considering it was our first year last year it was a brilliant success, and it is a great opportunity for people not just to see the cars but to visit the hall too.

'We've got 100 more show vehicles than last year and even more food and stalls.'

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Funds raised from the event will go to local causes supported by the Lions. The gates will open at 10am and the event will run until 5pm.

Admission costs £3 for adults, with under 16s free.

Anyone who would like to show their vehicle can obtain a registration form from Michael Gardiner on 07599935113 or email michaelegardiner@hotmail.com

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