Popular classic car fund-raiser to return to Corton

Corton Classic car show on the village playing fields. The organising team (left to right) Steve Fee

Corton Classic car show on the village playing fields. The organising team (left to right) Steve Feehan, Emma Smith, megan Long, Hannah Long, Linda Smith, Garry Smith, Ashley Smith and baby Isabella Smith. - Credit: Nick Butcher

Vintage and classic cars will rev up once more as a popular fund-raising event returns to Corton this weekend.

After the success of the inaugural classic car show on the Corton village playing fields last year – where hundreds of people turned out – classic vehicles, sleek sports cars, vintage motorcycles, powerboats and buses will return for the event next Sunday, May 22.

This year's show at Corton playing field, near Lowestoft, will once again raise funds for Great Ormond Street Hospital in London.

The event was organised by Garry Smith to raise funds for the hospital that helped save his granddaughter.

Mr Smith's Lotus Elise has had a very special makeover for this year's event, which runs between 10am and 4pm.

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He said: 'This year we have a large craft fair, trade stands, bouncy castles, face painters, donkey rides, teddy tombola, a large raffle with lots of prizes and much more.

'This is going to be a great family day out, with all proceeds going to Great Ormond Street Hospital again.'

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For more details contact Mr Smith on 01502 730505 or email grljsmith@aol.com

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