CHERISHED VEHICLE AND FARM FUN DAY
The 2014 Show
Chippenham Lions will be holding a Cherished Vehicle and Farm Fun Day on 1 June from 11am at Allington Farm, Chippenham, SN14 6LJ, (A420). This is the third year we have held this event and the previous years have both been very successful. As before it will be combined with a local farm open day and you can expect the Cherished Car Show with Family Fun, Farm Food, Craft, Charity and Trade Stands, ‘Ted The Tractor’, ‘Digger Dan’ and Farm Animals and Farm Machinery on show. We expect to have in excess of 200 cherished vehicles attending. All money raised will go to Lions Charities.
1. To enter a vehicle simply contact us by e-mail as below - sending details of
Owner or driver’s name
Vehicle Make, Model, Year and Registration Number
Club, if applicable
So, to make e-mail contact 'click' Here
2. To book a stall or for any other from of contact 'click' Here
This Year's Poster (Based around the 1934 Monaco GP Poster Motif)
How to Get There
This Year's 'Business Card' with Contact Details
Report on the 2013 Show
Chippenham Lions held their Cherished Vehicle and Farm Fun Day on Sunday 2 June 2013 at Allington Farm. This was the second year we’d held this event and we were able to build on the success of last year and one of the ways we were able to achieved this was to combine it with the annual Allington Farm Shop open day.
The event was opened jointly by the Lions President, Brian Nicholson and Chippenham Deputy Mayor, Councillor John Scraggs.
We set a target of 150 vehicles for this year’s show, but in the event there was just over 200. The cars themselves were meticulously turned out by their proud owners and the perfect weather conditions allowed them to be seen at their best. Amongst the individual entrants there were many owner’s clubs represented by marques as diverse as Jaguars and Volkswagen. It gave a good opportunity for the many owners to meet, chat and exchange technical information and, for many visitors, there was the nostalgia of seeing cars they had once owned all those years ago.
It was a wonderful day in which were able to raise in excess of £5000 and the Lions are very grateful to all those who attended and we hope they all had a good day. We hope this will become an established Chippenham event in the years to come and all the money raised will go to Lions Charities - local, national and international.
Brian Ford arrives in his 1930 MG Type M
Steve Turner from Bristol arrives in his MK Indy Kit Car
Malcolm Collier from Bristol arrives in his AC Cobra Replica
At one stage the mass arrival of cherished vehicles caused a traffic jam across the field
The day was officially opened by Deputy Mayor, Councillor John Scraggs and Lion President Brian Nicholson with Byron Hughes who lead the event organisation
Deputy Mayor, Councillor John Scraggs and Lion President Brian Nicholson with the oldest entrant, a 1904 Talbot Type CT2K
John Hardwick sporting the latest thing in VW owners footwear
Even the farm animals dressed for the occasion
Tony Head with his Mercedes Benz 500K Replica
The Marcos collection made a colourful splash
Allington farm showed off a number of their specialised farm machines during the day
The fire service demonstrated their accident rescue skills to the crowd
For the Gazette and Herald report with more pictures see: