It’s a first for classic cars
Gear up for an eyeful of classic cars as the Rotary Club of Luton Someries teams up with Luton and Dunstable MG Owners Club to present its first ever Classic Vehicle Show.
The event takes place at the Pulloxhill Showground from 10am on Sunday, August 9 and will showcase a variety of vintage models including a Ford Model T, MG, Jensen, Figaro, motorcycles and even tractors.
Someries president Steve Pattenden said: “This is our club’s first major event of my presidential year so we’re looking forward to a fine day weather-wise and an enjoyable outing for all the family. “There’ll be lots of stalls such as auto jumble, ice cream, fish and chips, a licenced bar, photographer and more.”
Entrance is £5 per car and all money raised will go to Rotary charities including End Polio Now, Water Aid and Shelter Box.
The Someries club also organises careers mentoring, kids out, seniors out and help with the home library service.
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Steve said: “We are fully committed to our community in and around Luton.”