About the Barnet Classic Car Show

to be held Sunday 26th September, 2021.

Cars meet in Barnet Lane sports field car park for 10.30am, at 11.00am they drive along High Street before parking on the top floor of Spires NCP car park. Event finishes at 2.00pm. All classic cars.motorcycles and their owners are very welcome, but they must contact Chris Nightingale in advance otherwise they will be charged for parking. Otherwise, it is free.

- Chris Nightingale- Barnet Classic Car Club      


 

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Chris Nightingale

The event has regretfully been cancelled for 17th May, but we are hoping to hold it on Sunday, 20th September instead.


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Barnet Classic Car Show Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Chris Nightingale
  • Organisation: Barnet Classic Car Club
  • Address: Spires Barnet NCP Car Park, High Street, Barnet
  • Postcode: EN5 5XY
  • Phone: 07495 494234

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