Saturday, 16 September marks the second annual Fulneck Classic Car Show based in the historic settlement of Fulneck, Pudsey. Teaming up with the Heritage Open Days, this event promises to have something for the whole family.
A selection of cars ranging from a 1930s Morris Eight to a 2004 VW Lupo will be in attendance this year at the East End Car Park within the settlement.
There will be live music, refreshments on sale, and the all important ‘People’s Choice’ trophy presented by Al Garthwaite, the Mayor of Leeds. The event organisers are grateful and appreciative of sponsorship by No 54 Tearooms.
Tom Booth, the organiser of the event, said: “After last year’s successful car show, we are back again this year to raise some more funds for the settlement. There’ll be plenty to do on the day, with the Heritage Day happening at the same time.
“Why not come and learn about some of Pudsey’s rich history? The team of volunteers have worked incredibly hard to make this event happen and I can’t thank them enough for their time and support. I hope to see you on Saturday.”
Fulneck Classic Car Show will start at 10am and run until 4pm.
The presentation of the trophy will be at 3.15pm. The cost is £2 on the gate for Adults and Under 16s are free of charge.
The event is cash only.