Worcestershire’s first vehicle show of the year, the Malvern Festival of Transport is taking place on Sunday 7 April at the Three Counties Showground. Incorporating three separate events – the Malvern Classic Car Show, the Malvern Classic Motorcycle Show and the Malvern Mini and Spares Day, it’s sure to be fun-filled even for all ages.
Over 600 vintage, classic and modern classic cars will be on display between 10am and 3pm, with vehicles from both private owners and clubs such as West Midlands Fords, Arden MG Club and Worcester Retro. You’ll find everything from pre-60s models to custom-made motors, which you are free to explore and chat to their owners about.
The Malvern Motorcycle Show brings vintage and classic bikes to the mix, with club displays from Norton Owners Club and VMCC.
Alongside the vehicle display will be some 100 stalls selling scarce car and motorcycle parts, accessories, tools, vintage items and more. And, new for 2019, there will be modern manufacturer exhibits, where you can learn about the latest models on the market.
Feeling peckish? A selection of snacks and drinks can be found outside the Wye Halls, where the main vehicle concours is located, with mobile vendors selling hot dogs, burgers, breakfast rolls and more.
Admission for the festival is £9 for adults and £3 for children aged between 7-14. Kids under seven can enter for free when accompanied by an adult. Dogs are welcome too, but should be kept on a lead. Visitor parking at the venue is free of charge.
Access to the event is via the Brown Gate, where car parking is located. The event itself takes place in the Wye Halls and Avon Hall, and extends to the hardstanding outside Wye Halls.
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