About the Classics on the Crick Charity Car Show
to be held Sunday 12th June, 2022.
10am - 4pm. One-day Charity Classic Car and Bike Show held in the beautiful Chiltern Hills near High Wycombe. A friendly show that is always very popular with entrants and visitors alike. Known for fantastically varied mix of cars and bikes from all ages. Typically, 400 cars & 100 bikes. The event is run for charity, the main beneficiary being the Thames Valley Air Ambulance. In a few short years we have raised over £60,000 for this excellent cause. In addition, we always have live music, plus tasty local food and drink. A great day out! Public admission: £6 adult, £3 children. family ticket, 2 Adult 2 children £15. Admission with classic: Cars and Commercials £10 includes admission to show for driver and 1 passenger. Bikes & Scooters £7, including rider and pillion All types of Classic cars and commercials welcome up to 1999. However, we also have classes for interesting modern sports cars. See our website for details. Bikes, trikes & scooters all years. As car and commercial entries are limited due to the site, we request that all participants pre-enter via our website to avoid disappointment. 10 minutes from either junction 4 or 5 M40. Plenty of public parking available or alternatively come on the bus. The show is directly on the Arriva 300 Bus route between High Wycombe and Aylesbury.
Sat Nav Longitude and Latitude Co-ordinates:
-0.776821 (LONG) // 51.664982 (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.
Classics on the Crick Charity Car Show Contact Details
- Contact Name: Mark Webster
- Organisation: Classics on the Crick and Thames Valley Air Ambulance
- Address: The Crick, Naphill Village Hall, Naphill, High Wycombe
- Postcode: HP14 4SX
- Phone: 0736 862 4012
Classics on the Crick Charity Car Show
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