About the Deal Carnival Classic Car Show

to be held Thursday 29th July, 2021.

This event is part of our yearly carvival, the show will be on Walmer Green to the south side of the cafe on the green. We usually run from 12.00 noon to 8pm after the parade has finnished. If you need to go before that then leave by 6pm. If you would like to turn up in the morning then please let me know there will be lots to do and see as the fun fair is the other side of the lifeboat station......Please note this is on a Thursday and is a FREE EVENT FOR THE CLASSIC CARS AND THE PUBLIC.

- Gordon Johnston- Deal Walmer & Kingsdown Regatta      


 

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Deal Carnival Classic Car Show Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Gordon Johnston
  • Organisation: Deal Walmer & Kingsdown Regatta
  • Address: Walmer Green, Deal
  • Postcode: CT14 7DY
  • Phone: 07730759383

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