Classic Bikes And Scooters To Swell Numbers At Transport Picnic

500+ Classic Vehicles expected at June 7th picnic at Halls Green, near Weston, Hertfordshire, organised by Letchworth Garden City Classic & Vintage Car Club
Classic cars at the 2013 Picnic
Classic cars at the 2013 Picnic
Feb. 7, 2014 - PRLog -- The increasingly popular annual transport picnic at Halls Green in North Hertfordshire takes place on Saturday 7th June. Last year over 300 vehicles turned up and this year the organisers, Letchworth Garden City Classic & Vintage Car Club, expect around 500 to attend.

All makes of classic, vintage, veteran and modern thoroughbred vehicles are welcome – there is even a large display of vintage bicycles.  This year a special welcome is extended to owners of classic motorcycles and scooters. The Letchworth club is creating a special display area for two wheeled transport and will be charging just £2 entry to bikes and scooters.

The picnic is an established date in the event calendar and is known for its relaxed atmosphere, wonderful rural surroundings, and a stunning display of vehicles. Although refreshments are available everyone is encouraged to bring their own picnics and enjoy a quintessentially English day out in the countryside.

As well as the vehicle displays, there will be children’s entertainments, select  trade stalls and attractions, a Car of the Show award, and, by popular demand, the return of the superbly entertaining live band ‘Fifth Wheel’ who wowed the show last year with their blend of rock/jazz/blues.

The Picnic takes place at Fairclough Hall Farm, Halls Green, Weston, Herts, SG4 7DP. £5 per vehicle on the gate. Pedestrians/Bikes/Scooters £2. Gates open at 11am and the event ends at 5pm.

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Nick Salmon
Source:Letchworth GC Classic & Vintage Car Club
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