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Q. What date is the next car show?

A. Our next car show is on Sunday 2nd September 2018, this will be our tenth year

Q. What are the opening times?

A. The show opens to the public from 10am to 4pm

Q. How much does it cost?

A. We try to keep the entry fee low to encourage a enjoyable family day out.
Adults £5 and Children under 12 is £1
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Children under 3 go free

The cost to display a car is £8 and must be pre booked

Q. What does the show have to see?

A. The show is a Classic Car Show and has:

Over 150 classic cars on display from Vintage right up to modern day classics.

We have a Super car display with Lamborghinis, Aston Martins and many more Super cars.

We have a display of over 20 Ferraris from Classics right up to the latest Ferraris.

We have a large Scalextric track

We have many varied trade stands

We have a BBQ and various food and drink venders

We have music played throughout the day

A well known celebrity may well attend the show

We have Sporting Bears Charity running Dream Rides giving you a chance for 10 mile trips in the car of your dreams. See Dream Rides Page for cars taking part

Face Painting

and lots more!

See our Attractions page for other things to see and do

Q. Where do the public park?

A. We have three public parking areas controlled by lovely marshals from the Rotary Club.
One is at Eastleigh Football Club, and the other is at Mott McDonalds. They are clearly signposted by large yellow signs with a safe and quick access to the show ground.
Why not try riding free on Trigger the Train in Mott McDonalds car park!

We also run Park and Ride for free from Barton Peveril College off Chestnut Avenue in Eastleigh

Q. Is Car Parking free

A. Yes

Q. Is there disabled access?

A. It is mandatory that all showground's have a disabled car park, please show your Blue badge on arrival to the showground to gain access.

Q. Are there creche facilities?

A. No

Q. Where are the nearest toilets?

A. We have numerous toilets on site, all signposted

Q. Can I take pictures/videos at the event?

A. Yes

Q. Is there a cash machine on site?

A. No

Q. Can I bring my Dog?

A. Dogs are allowed at the show, but they must be kept on the lead and the owner will need to bring poop bags!

Q. Can I turn up and display my Classic car?

A. To display your car at the show, you will need to register your car before the show via the Display Cars page. You can not just turn up and display your vehicle on the day.

Q. Is this a Charity Car Show?

A. Yes this is a charity car show and all the proceeds made from the show go to Naomi House Childrens Hospice. All the organisers and the helpers run the show voluntarily. No person gets paid for running the show.
See the Charity Page for more information on
Naomi House and Jacks Place

Q. What is the Security like at the show?

A. We have security officers working in and around the show to look for supicious activity or abandoned bags etc. Please note they may ask to look in any large bags to ensure nothing of risk is brought into or around the show.

Q. What is the Medical/First Aid procedure?

A. First Aiders are located in Ferrari and Super Car display area. Please advise an onsite steward of any incidents.

Q. How can I get a programme?

A. Each family arriving at the show will get a free programme when purchasing entry tickets

Q. How can I have a trade stand?

A. Go to our Traders page for more information

Q. Can I sponsor the show?

A. Yes the show survives by kind people donating money to help run the show or pay for certain things like advertising and signage etc.
If you are interested in sponsoring the show then
click here to e-mail Rob to discuss

Q. Is there a plan of the show?

A. Yes click here to see one



All profits will go to Naomi House Childrens Hospice

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