About the Chearsley Village Classic & Vintage Fun Day
to be held Sunday 11th September, 2022.
For vehicle registration, please visit: http://www.ccvfd.co.uk/
This year’s show will open for the general public at 11.00, and close at 17.00. Entry and parking are free of charge.
In addition to a wide selection of classic and vintage vehicles, visitors will also be able to enjoy a flypast, courtesy of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight and visit arts & craft stalls. There will also be entertainments for youngsters, a programme of live music and a wide range of food and drinks available.
Once again, the Fred Crawford ‘Best in Show’ cup will be presented, in memory of one of our show’s founders, who sadly passed away during 2021. In addition, the ‘Blotter Best Bike’ trophy will be awarded by long term club supporter, Ian Perkins. Funds raised during the show will be invested in the development of Junior Cricket at Chearsley Cricket Club but donations to selected charities will also be made. In 2021, donations were made to ‘Maggie’s Centre’, the Florence Nightingale Hospice and the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund Last year’s show was a huge success with record attendances by vehicles and visitors alike.
Photographs of the 2021 event, taken by Steve Cook for Aylesbury & District News, can be viewed at: https://aylesnews.co.uk/home/2021/9/13/chearsley-classic-funday
Sat Nav Longitude and Latitude Co-ordinates:
-0.962294 (LONG) // 51.793091 (LAT)
Get in touch
To double check the event is taking place before setting off (advisable) or for further information please contact the organisers not us! on the contact details below.
Chearsley Village Classic & Vintage Fun Day Contact Details
- Contact Name: John Howard
- Organisation: Chearsley Cricket Club
- Address: Chearsley Cricket Ground, Winchendon Road, Chearsley
- Postcode: HP18 0DP
- Phone: 07970 65 1326
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