About the The Peter James Insurance Bromley Pageant of Motoring

to be held Sunday 12th June, 2022.

The Pageant is established as something of an institution amongst enthusiasts from all over the world. Where else would you find more than 3,000 classics in one place? It is a superb celebration of this wonderful way of life - a true flavour of a bygone age - and provides one of the best opportunities available to soak up Bromley’s unique atmosphere of friendly club stands, displays and fellow enthusiasts. The Peter James Insurance Bromley Pageant is famous for its one-make section where vehicles of each make and model can be entered and parked together. From Ford Cortina’s to Aston Martin’s more than 1000 cars featured in this area last year!

- Debra Hagger- Kelsey Media      


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The Peter James Insurance Bromley Pageant of Motoring Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Debra Hagger
  • Organisation: Kelsey Media
  • Address: Norman Park, Hayes Lane, Bromley
  • Postcode: BR2 9EF
  • Phone: 01959 54 1444

The Peter James Insurance Bromley Pageant of Motoring

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